Why such a limited choice? Vouchers? Deal with a bike?
None of these are more than shower proof. They are meant for Starbucks in September not North Cape in November. If you get them dirty they stop breathing and you boil in the bag. The collars, waist and cuffs are fashion items. They take forever to dry out and are not something you want stinking out a tent or hotel room. The pockets end up damp.
Get a riding suit that protects from crashing in the sun without cooking you, a one piece rain suit for the wet (the sailing brands if you need it to really work and last) and thermals for the cold (mountaineers brands if you need to). (Something as simple as cotton mechanics overalls worn as an extra layer really help seal the gaps and can be bought in walmart/town markets etc. for next to nothing). All you need to do with the riding gear is buy a size that won't compress your base layers.
My one piece Held rain suit, one piece thermals, two pairs or wool socks, silk opera gloves (get them from wedding suppliers, they reach the elbow), balaclava and an ex-German Army tank suit (lined overalls) fit in a 20 litre stuff sack, weigh 2-3 kg and extend the range of my Hein Gericke (liners removed) jacket and trousers from plus 3 down to minus 20. The plastic suit drys in ten minutes hung in a hotel shower, or can be left in its sack until there is a nice day to dry it by riding.