It's like this: When it comes to hard mousepads, any pad with a plastic surface will show the behavior that you find annoying after varying amounts of usage.
Metal and glass will not have this issue but those will be even faster at wearing out mouse feet (if that matters). Also, you must try them or be able to return them because you might or might not like them.
Some hybrid surfaces usually cost more, are always harder to find, and will still wear out, though they'll take longer than plastic pads.
The TF or TFX pads can be deemed hybrid in a way; they are like cloth since they can be bent/rolled and come in large sizes and last quite a while easily, but have the speed and gliding that you will like and are not affected by humidity like cloth pads usually are. They might also feel a bit more consistent since they are not cushy because of the kind of base they use.
I know someone who does this instead: he buys several pieces of Razer Sphex
or HyperX Skyn
mousepads. Think of these as the surface part of plastic pads, and instead of the base there is an adhesive. They're very thin, can stick to your desk without issues, will last the same as a plastic pad, and should be cheaper as well. Use until one wears out, then peel it off and throw it and apply a new one. If you want, get one of these and try it out, maybe you will like it. I personally prefer the Sphex over both versions of the Skyn.
Phew, I think I wrote a guide there for you.