So other than a latex washing glove, are there any real waterproof gloves?? I bought my first "waterproof set of gloves the other day in the middle of Sydney's storm. What a better chance to test them I figured. Big mistake! The gloves did technically keep my hands dry due to the "inner waterproof membrane" but that became totally useless after the rest of the glove soaked through and became sponges HOLDING water rather than repelling it. The next day they were still wet, and I was forced to ride around with either my summer gloves or a pair of wet soggy winter gloves. So I called back and the guy told me I should have never been sold them, saying they are not waterproof at all. Then I call MCA Sydney and the guy says that waterproof gloves are a total joke claiming they don't exist! So is this the truth? Is it just a matter of finding a glove that dries the fastest, or can I actually get a pair of waterproof gloves that will not only keep my hands dry, but stay rather dry themselves? (ie. keep my hands warm). ps. Gloves were BMW All Round gloves ($100). I am looking at maybe changing them in for Aplinestar Tech Road gloves. I figure there MUST be true waterproof gloves as I know ski gloves can do the job pretty well. Why can't the same rules be applied to riding gloves?