Yes, these are waterproof, but they are bulky, difficult to take off when your hands get sweaty and overly warm for normal rainy Portland weather. The sizing is also odd large was so big that they were totally clumsy, and medium so tight that my fingers were pressed uncomfortably against the ends of the glove.
Was looking for a winter glove to keep hands dry and warm while riding. These gloves keep my hands dry but not warm below 40 degrees even with liners. They eventually warm up after 40 minutes of riding but that is not soon enough for me.
Living in Washington, I have tried every type of waterproof glove, at all different price points, up to $100. I bought these online, hoping that they would be lighter weight. I still haven't found a glove that is actually waterproof, and non-insulated. These gloves are great for the cold, are actually waterproof (unlike most that say they are) but are too warm at close to 50 degrees. They also did seem to run a little small. If you live in a colder environment, these would be perfect.