Find a latex glove that fits for you. Many inexpensive options are available. Try the McKesson brand for something inexpensive.
These gloves are usually less expensive than nitrile or vinyl. They are skin tight and work well if you don't have an allergy. They are less puncture resistent than nitrile gloves, but they are good for many tough jobs. Latex gloves fit tight and are protective for most purposes. There are, however, a descent percentage of people that have an allergy to latex, so be careful.
These gloves are the place to start, be sure and order the smallest amount possible if you've never tried them just in case you have an allergy. They work for most people though, and work well. They were the original medical-type gloves for many years, and they come powdered or non-powdered.