Rohan Pampas first came into the Rohan Outdoor and Travel Clothing range in 1978. It is the perfect travel jacket, lightweight, windproof easy care and very comfortable. It has a long and proud history. The first lined jacket Rohan produced.
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A selection of Rohan Outdoor and Travel Clothing and Equipment Reviews published on Rohantime. If you are interested in sharing your own review of Rohan clothing we would love to post it on Rohantime.
From time to time we like to share stories from the blogs… MyOutdoors – Rohan’s Envoy Travel Suit tested and reviewed Read the Full Review at MyOutdoors. Rohan functionality that you can enjoy every day
Can you spot the first Rohan Pampas Jacket? he history of the Rohan Pampas Jacket over 40 years. Displayed in Rohan Inverness. Part of the Rohan Airtight Collection which includes Rohan Bags, Rohan Bags Shorts, Tourer Jacket and Trousers
Look who popped into the shop with some wonderful Gift Your Gear donations. Rohan Inverness enjoyed a special day on Thurdsay 19th March. Whilst he was in the shop Iain asked Chris if he would sign the heritage photo of Chris, taken on the Continental Divide Trail wearing Rohan Bags and […]
This was only the second ever global circumnavigation in history from Scotland, and just the 198th in world history. Dave completed two overlapping circumnavigations: one from Toronto to Toronto and another from Perth to Perth.
You’re excited and so are the dogs. They’re yelping and straining against the harness. The next second the sleigh is skimming along the frozen river, diamond-bright ice crystals sparkling in the sunlight and a hot coffee & cinnamon bun waiting.
From time to time we like to introduce stories from the blogs… This is a lovely story from Keith Rickaby author of the blog Wisepacking Portugal packing… Although we had the option to take hold luggage along with us to Portugal
John Hudson specialist survival instructor currently in Discovery Channel’s “Dude, You’re Screwed” updates us on his Rohan Sentinel Shirt via Twitter 100hrs surviving an Alaskan glacier, a Utah canyon and the pub.