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
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Welcome to Rohan Keswick from left to right, Katie, Olwen, Liz (Deputy manager), Jake, Christeen (Sales Manager), Neil (supervisor), Leeanne, Greg and Victoria. Shop Phone Number: 017687 74963 Shop Address: 14-16 Lake Road
The second Rohan Catalogue 1975. Illustrating Rohan Striders and Salopettes. Replica of the Norfolk Jacket, part of a small range made for a made for a customer in Japan. The Starkhorn & Windlord Jacket also illustrated.
The windshirt underpinned the very early lightweight, windproof upper body clothing system that Rohan pioneered. The very first windshirt Rohan Hyde had many reincarnations over its short life 1980 -1984.
The Rohan Regional Shows 1981 – 1986 all part of the Rohan story. So what actually did the Regional Shows do? Opened the door to Rohan retail. Secured Rohan’s future and facilitated the rapid Rohan growth in the early 1980’s.
A couple of days age we received this lovely message on Rohan Facebook…. I have some nice photos of my 1980′s Rohan OLFIO in use first in Alps and last week, still looking as good as new at a Friends of the Lake District Fell Care Day
The recent Gift Your Gear Sort of all the wonderful donations yielded some really interesting finds. The most notable has to be this one. The Trotter A bi-stretch, cord effect, Helanca with Lycra trouser with easy to access secure
I bet you never thought you would read the words Postmodernism and Outdoor Gear in the same sentence? I have just been reading about a new exhibition at the V&A – Postmodernism Style and Subversion 1970 – 1990 I thought this was worth looking into the period covered 1970 – 1990 the early Rohan […]
Another Sneak Preview. Two in one week! Following on from Thinking on your feet introducing a new video on our favourite subject. Produced by John Beatty long time friend of Rohan. The music is produced by Robin Beatty and features Helen Lancaster on Violin. The melody is based on the […]