In the past I have used Seal Skinz socks and been really impressed so at a motorcycle event a few years back in Europe a seller was selling these gloves.
To me it seemed like a no brainer, they fit well, I knew the brand...what's not to like.
What my brain didn't register that it was a bone dry day, which is an important factor when buying gloves that are waterproof...its not the conditions you'll be in when you need them
A week or so later it begins to rain, I grab said gloves, my hands now slightly damp, really struggle to get in the gloves, Seal Skinz proprietary waterproof material grabs at my skin and it is a reall struggle to get them on.
Later when it's time to take the off, my hands are not completely dry as you'd expect. At that point I wasn't sure if it was maybe sweat or a little moisture had leaked through.
As I pulled my hand out the liner came with it, this then became a battle to get the fingers back into the finger slots, not too much after after only wearing them a few times, the stitching that hold the velcro strap came apart
All in all a bad experience, and a solid F
Their Socks I still give an 'A'