Like most PPE I like then to be suited more to a purpose.
I have a set for yard work - they are leather wells lamont of some sort. tan with some stretch - and suede liner on the palm. thorny bush - hard branches - dirt - whatever they don’t seem to care. They live on that side of the garage.
I have a set for car work - specifically brake/suspension work. bolts are bigger - dexterity isn’t the primary concern but dirt and chemicals and beating the crap out of my hands is the bigger concern. Here I use a set of Mechanix gloves I got from a distributor on crazy sale. decade old atleast.
Oil changes - cheap o rubber gloves either form HF or better yet off my sherrif’s car kit. (seriously - they go though them like candy for crime scene stuffs so he has to keep a box or 2 in his car - occasionlly he tosses me a half used box - why. why not - so make friends with a cop). Reason - easier clean up. I’m not so much worried about exposure to ______ and cancer causing ______ as I only change oil in maybe 6 cars total though the year - but it is easier clean up.
I work on aircraft and I treat my car similarly in that when I’m working a system with nasty chemicals (or using nasty chemicals - nitrile gloves that have some texture on them. What we used at work was some industrial brand I think they are Uline. anywho nothing is more corrosive than Skydrol 3 once used. Longer story but I swear it can degalvanize steel. Dot 3 Brake fluid isn’t very far behind. It will burn like hell into that paper cut you didn’t know you had. Or under your nails. Glove up. Cleaning parts in the solvent bin - glove up.
Other work like taking off heads on an engine - no gloves. I need to feel and I can wash my hands.
Now the oddity - yard work again. Occasionally when you can find them on clearance sale. Golf gloves work wonders in the summer for holding on to things. Yes you have to buy 2. Synthetic leather golf gloves wick sweat wonderfully. I mean it’s for holding on your your club right - well it works well for holding on to your string trimmer, or drill or whatever when it’s 99 and 98% humidity. They dry fairly quick and hold up OK. Not for heavy yard work though. Yes I use my old golf shoes when I mow with the walk behind also - better traction.