The connectors look cheap/non-Neutrik but I'm sure they work.. I'm not a particularly huge cable snob, though.
Perfect advice right here. +t to not being a cable snob, but there is a definitive 'minimum quality threshold' when it comes to XLR cables. Neutrik connectors and Canare Star Quad are arguably the gold standard for XLR cables and pennies more in price, relatively speaking, so why bother with anything else?
I would not buy the Yovus cables, they like junk to me. That said, I do think you have some good options at reasonable price points. Our custom cable makers have been suggested and can certainly make you a pair of XLR cables. If you want a simple 10ft run of decent Canare with stock XLR connectors, they can easily do that. If you want 'fancy' XLR cables with chopped XLR connectors and what not, they can of course do that as well. If you're handy with a soldering iron, you could also just buy a decent canare 10ft XLR cable and replace the female connector with a right angle connector of your brand/liking.