Warren McLaren has taken a detailed look at Rohan’s ground-breaking next-to-the-skin garments made of Dunova, a modified acrylic fibre from Bayer that first came to the market in the early 1980’s.
Between 1&2 in the afternoon May 8, 1978 – On this date, Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler were the first to climb to the top of Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen one of the greatest mountaineering achievements.
Rohan Travel and Outdoor Clothing History. The Rohan 1980 catalogue joins the Rohan Heritage Collection. The Super Salopette, Super Striders and Tundra Jacket had been refined and evolved into a very sleek, functional group of garments.
Mountain Heritage Trust I am delighted and proud to introduce Rohantime readers to three lovely Rohan heritage stories captured by the Mountain Heritage Trust. The Mountain Heritage Trust seeks to identify & collect material which documents…
This tweet caught our eye: Peter then sent us the story… When you just think winter has passed and the winter fleece jacket can hibernate in the wardrobe again a timely reminder always appears without warning.
We have charted the growth of the Rohan Originals Collection housed in Rohan Keswick in a number of posts on Rohantime. The collection is now a comprehensive display of vintage Rohan garments. Each one tells a unique story…
Rohan Childrens Clothing range called Mille Miglia was released in 1985. The range encompassed all those qualities of Rohan Clothing. Before Mille Miglia came Chaps micro/mini Rohan Bags. Remembered by co founder Sarah Howcroft
From the Rohantime archive first published on Rohantime 2012. ‘You see those walkers on the Pennine Way? Well one day they won’t be wearing Levis jeans but our trousers. We shall call them Bags’ – Paul and Sarah Howcroft