One thing the op wants is something to keep the wrist area tight so crap does fall inside them. I gave up on that years ago and just take them off and shake them out.
Taking them off and shaking them out did not always work so well for me. As I used the chainsaw, the little finger and the righ finger of my left glove would start to fill up with chips. Sometimes it would just shake out. Other times, the sawdust/chips got compacted in there and was a real pain in the butt to get out: Lots of squeezing and wiggling and slamming the gloves on something to knock the stuff loose and out (and hope that some odd-ball piece didn't get hung up in a spot that really annoyed me).
That's when I switch to the Carhartt gloves I linked back in post #9 in this thread. In the warmer weather, I'm about to start my second year of wearing the uninsulated gloves
once things warm up bit more year. I started a new set of the insulated version
this winter. I used the previous winter pair for at least a couple winters before that. The leather on these gloves has held up well for me, and the elastic cuff keeps the crap out. They are now up to about $20/pair, but it's been worth it to me to have something reliable. I keep my eye out for sales and buy a couple of pairs at a time.