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I know the OP said wood, but these have a nice wood-grain effect, and I use them (so does Samuelsohn).
thanks guys for all the suggestions.
i am perfectly happy with the faux-wood ones. i should have specified that when i said "wood", what i meant was "non-lightweight plastic", so these work fine. looks like these are what belvest and barbera use too - and the price is certainly a lot more reasonable than 25 a pop. i think i will give them a shot.
to the poster who suggested gluing on velvet to my existing hangers - how would you do that? self-adhesive velvet doesn't appear to exist, and i just don't have the time to cut and glue velvet onto 50 hangers (and botch half of them, most likely)...
I've been very pleased with Butler hangers. The wood is excellent, and, while the hangers have a slightly slimmer profile than HP's, it makes them more convenient as travel hangers, or hangers for smaller closet spaces.
It's hard to go wrong either way, though.