Glove Friendly Point & Shoot Camera
From my experience it does not matter if the camera is glove friendly unless the camera can be used in daylight. The challenge is to deal with the distortion that comes from some versions of sunglasses or helmet sunscreens. This is less of a problem with polarized glasses but does not eliminate all ills of this style of camera.
I have found several Canon P & S glove friendly cameras that also have viewfinders. You have to do a search for models with a viewfinder. they still make or you can get on Amazon or related out of production models with viewfinders.
I wear glasses and the glare or washout from taking photos in the sunlight means the majority of the latest P & S camera models out there are unsuitable for me.
If you have the opportunity go to a full service camera store ask for their recommendations then take a sample outside in the full sun and see if you experience any problems with seeing in the rear screen what you are attempting to photograph.
Small, light, convenient and glove friendly might all be for naught if when you go to use it if the screen is too difficult to see so you can properly frame your photo.