Mine does okay with any of the double elastic girths-- for him the issue is more with how you pull it up than with the girth itself. He also has skin issues with neoprene so I usually use the cheap fleece girths with double elastic.
I have a Toklat one for shows that is pretty nice and thick but honestly I haven't seen a huge difference in his reaction to that vs. the ancient cheapo Dover one that's been washed a thousand times.
One of my horses is allergic to neoprene, as well as to dyes in some leather girths. Tried the smartpak breathable girth, he said no way. He also dislikes the cheap fuzzy girths. He's special! I got him the Thinline Jumping girth and he loves it. Here is a link to it, although I bought mine through tack of the day.
I have an Albion Ultima dressage girth that everyone who sees it asks about - saddler fitter/massage therapist, vet - everyone. It's padded and the leather is so buttery soft. Unfortunately it doesn't fit the current horse with the new, long billeted saddle that's on the way. But I'm going to hold onto it as it's unlike anything else I've seen in terms of padding/comfort and the sort of gorgeous, high quality item that women who spend money on shoes and handbags (and not horses...) call an "investment piece."