A couple of weeks ago, I got a pair of Alpinestars WR-3 Goretex Gloves for winter riding. The night I got them and for the next few days they did me just fine for early morning and night riding. Last week on Thursday though, I got caught riding home in the rain, total duration of that ride was roughly 1 hour. During this time, the rain was heavy and the gloves were quite wet by the time I got home. My hands were nice and dry though. I left them to dry in the laundry room, but with the wet weather and general humidity, they didn't dry fully overnight. On Saturday [2 days after getting soaked] I put them up on a clothes line in sunlight for about 2 hours. When I tried putting them on after this, I noticed they were a bit moist on the inside, like inside all the linings. They were fine when I used them during the day, but subsequently, riding in the early morning or night it seems that they are not as warm as they used to be. Like I remember when I first wore them, my hands were very snug. Now my fingers get very cold, like painfully cold. I'm not sure if it's just because the weather changed that drastically or if there's something wrong with the gloves themselves. Is it possible for them to have gotten damaged due to the rain? I wouldn't expect so since they're allegedly waterproof, but still. Anyone else have those gloves and used them in the rain? Did you find they still "work" normally after getting wet? Or did I just buy into the Goretex marketing hype?! If so, I blame George Costanza.