Provided they're aged for at least three months I'd say Veloflex Criterium (Roubaix seems overkill on that type of rim).
Not sure how clement the winter season on New Jersey is though...?
buy the tire .. install them after 3 months ? winter season in nj , pot holes and road salt .
You're not going to run a Lambo at 200mph straight out of the showroom either, are you?
I especially mentioned aging them because you suggest riding them during the winter season. That said, with a bit of luck they may already be a few months old before they reach you and it ain't exactly winter yet, so....
Aging tyres such as Veloflex improves puncture resistance quite a bit and also makes them slightly lighter if they're glued together(such as is the case here) .
Same for Vittoria (not glued), FMB, Challenge (I think), Dugast, etc.
If you're worried about losing your investment precociously by riding Veloflex (and likes) during the winter season, I'd suggest using Conti Competition and try different tyre pressures (in essence much lower than what you'd use with a Veloflex one) until you find the sweet spot.
Those are still not cheap but at least they have more chance of surviving the cold season plus they truly excell in the wet. (No tan sidewalls though...)