My old DriRider gloves had started leaking so I went in search of a new pair. Dianese KKH gloves looked the business for a waterproof winter glove for the daily commute. Turns out these gloves are ok down to about 10 deg, any colder and the insulation is inadequate. The gloves are perfectly waterproof in a downpour but when hung up to dry overnight it seems the water vapour equilibrates across the waterproof membrane leaving the inside damp and clammy next morning. In short, these gloves are useless for their intended purpose. I could have saved time by just setting fire to the $150 they cost me.