I am looking for a good pair of gloves that I can wear while training in first responder classes plus for real disasters. I always have Nitrile Exam Gloves on underneath but I am looking for a good durable glove that will not be bulky plus can be sanitized. Currently I wear a Kinco work glove like these: What I noticed during training is that the fingers were bulky so I always ended up taking them off putting them back on plus once even misplaced one as I moved from victim to victim. I need gloves on because between victims, sometimes it is necessary to move debris and stuff i.e. simulated search rescue/ triage situations. I also noticed that my leather palm gloves had fake blood on them after the activity so I need to figure out my glove situation. With the leather, the blood will be seeping in and as I move from one patient to another I was transferring. Plus can you properly sanitize leather gloves without ruining them? Or should I be considering gloves a one use item that will need to be replaced after each incident? Right now I am in training but I really want to get this right before I get in the middle of a disaster. It is best to get things right ahead of time, not in the middle. I am wonder what gloves people have in their medical bags. Yes, Nitrile gloves are a must have but does anyone pack an outer layer glove?