We are only intended to help clarify some key differences.
There are different types of gloves, with uses according to their protection category and the manufacturer's recommendations.
In the past Latex was the most commercial type that users were looking for.
The Nitrile material is highly resistant in comparision with the natural rubber and has superior strength and at the same time less flexibility.
In this sense Nitrile gloves are more puncture resistant than latex rubber gloves. Also less prone to cause allergic reactions.
Powder or powder free?
Powder-free gloves are known to cause less or no allergic reactions . The chemical process they have to go through removes most of the components that induce the side effects that produces sensitive skin issues, which has an impact on the cost of production as well as the final product.
Powdered gloves are well known for preventing sticky hands. Cornstarch is the powder inside the gloves, making them practical and easy to use.
Some users have had allergic reactions, others have not.