I have several pairs of gardening gloves,different sorts for different jobs and wash them regularly to keep them fresh.
My favouite are the washable leather gloves from Briers.Being leather they breathe,have not had to wash them either yet.
I rarely use gloves, but it it's something wet, I use those red latex jobs which always make your hands sweat, well mine anyway. Inside I wear a pair of those really thing cotton gloves you can get for about 99p . Seperate them after and turn, as best you can, the red one inside out. I used to leave them on the dash board of my van in the sun ,and they'd dry in no time.
So long as the cotton ones were dry, even if the red ones were a bit damp, it was fine next day.
I have a collection and wear whatever is dry on the day. But in winter when they're saturated, (eg after stuffing the shredder), they can dry so solid they don't bend anymore. Can usually be forced though but they have a short life
Think MMan's main issue is finding a pair of gloves which will defy bramble shredded hands. Not sure there's anything that does but I use heavy duty gloves that workmen wear. Not very becoming - and always a bit big for me - but something finer inside them to help cut down on sweaty hands might be effective. Having two or three pairs is probably the best solution for ease of cleaning and drying etc.
nut - there's always a danger your solid ones will end up in the shredder - recycling at it's best!
My shredder can cope with gloves Fairy
and secateurs, and a pair of safety specs
Could you wear a pair of thin white cotton gloves inside which could be washed easily?
First of all, this is not a sarcastic question.
Why do you wear the strong, thorn resistant gloves inside a pair of ordinary gardening gloves? Surely wearing two pairs of gloves increases the generation of sweat!! If, as you say, they are 'strong, thorn resistant gloves' just wear them. Then wash them when you've dealt with the brambles!
I understand where NorthernLass2 was coming from, to an extent. I wasn't sure if the OP was a serious question either.