I remember in my parents’ wardrobe there were a dozen large wooden clothes’ hangers.
The upper frame was a gently-sloping bar, while the lower member was in the form of a long wooden rod, attached to the upper piece by stout wires at both ends.
The interesting thing was that wooden rod could roll without much effort. This feature enabled a pair of suspended pants (or other garments) to be pulled off without fear of abrasion damage by friction. However, it also meant that anything suspended on it had a tendency to slip off at the slightest provocation.
So, usually we used those trusty wooden clothes’ pegs to clasp the hung-up items, thus preventing any unscheduled “wardrobe malfunctions”.
I believe these hangers are no longer manufactured. But then these days, who wants to have hang-ups about rolling off?