Archive for October, 2009

Rohan Stories

Rohan First Ascent

Rohan First Ascent

First Ascent of remote Himalayan 6000m peak in the Indian Himalayas with Rohan Clothing

29/10/2009 × 0 comments

Rohan Outdoor Clothing

Pinnacle Jacket Feedback

Observations on the Rohan Pinnacle Jacket. I’ve been looking with interest at the new Pinnacle jacket. Looks good, but there’s a few things I’d want changing before I shelled out that amount of money. The tag-line about nothing you don’t need is one I like, but I really wonder who […]

21/10/2009 × Comments are Disabled

Rohan Flashback

Come in Number Two

Come in Number Two

Come in Number two – Your Times Up. The very first Rohan customer was sadly lost on a big mountain many years ago. Let’s try and find the second Rohan customer. The garment the Rohan Mountain Salopette. The first Rohan Salopette was sold way back in the early 70’s to […]

19/10/2009 × Comments are Disabled

Rohan News

Rohan Bags – Off the wall

Rohan Bags – Off the wall

There have been many colour of Rohan Bags over the 30 plus years that they have been in production. Rohan Keswick are collecting examples of all the colours to go with their Rohan Originals collection.

16/10/2009 × 0 comments

Rohan News

Rohan Shops – No two the same

Rohan Shops – No two the same

The history of Rohan shops and a look to the future of Rohan shops with Colin Fisher CEO of Rohan Designs

13/10/2009 × 0 comments

Rohan Flashback, Rohan News

Rohan Belfast heritage – name the garment

Rohan Belfast heritage – name the garment

A message from Bruce manager Rohan Belfast “We have been very busy since our opening in Belfast and I am delighted at the support all the existing Rohan customers have given us. We have also started working on a heritage section in the store and have been supported in this […]

07/10/2009 × 2 comments

Rohan Stories

Rohan Anywear Always

Rohan Anywear Always

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, Northern India. Escaping to the cool of the mountains was essential after the 40 degree heat of the deserts of Rajasthan. Up here the bright sun is tempered with the breeze blowing off the snow covered mountains of Tibet, visible in the distance but over 80 miles […]

05/10/2009 × 0 comments