Don't tell anyone, but the best sailing gloves were sold by Mystic Seaport Museum in the 1980's and then taken off the market.
Fortunately, you can still buy the same thing without the "sailing" tag. They are yellow (native color) Kevlar woven gloves, often with black grippy dots on the palm and fingers. If you want half-fingers, you cut off the fingertips and the edges don't unravel badly. (Sharp scissor, patience.)
They are sold online and in the hardware
stores as "trash handling" "recycling" and "broken glass" glass because they are pretty much cut-proof. That also means friction proof, you can ease and haul lines all day without any friction burns. Kevlar shrinks slightly when wet, then expands back as it dries. Slightly.
They really do last forever, they're not expensive, and there's no stitching to come apart. What else can you ask for?
Available in sizes, unisex, and cheaper by the dozen online. Great for guests, for scaling fish
, for working on hot engine parts
(Kevlar! insulates perfectly when dry) or as oven