Do have a Rohan garment that you purchased before say the late 1980’s or your know was made ‘back in the day’? During my visit to Keswick Mountain Festival last month I was privileged to be invited to a private viewing of something very special. We have followed the growth of […]
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Every day we are so lucky to receive updates, stories and photos from our lovely customers and friends from all over the world, telling us where they are and often sharing the stories of their own Rohan gear.
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.
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…
News from Rohan Stow on the Wold The Rohan Stow on the Wold franchise has commissioned a local artist to sketch/paint some heritage items from yesteryear. These have been added to our in store ‘Heritage’ display, where longstanding customers have donated vintage products and original catalogues. The oldest Rohan item […]
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
During The Sale we are featuring on Rohantime one stand out sale item a day with links to reviews and features. Sale Feature: Anywhere Belt lightweight, durable, quick-drying and comfortable.
The Gift Your Gear collection in all the Rohan Shops generated some fantastic donations of early Rohan jackets, trousers, breeches and salopettes. We have highlighted just a few of our favourites: The award for the most mature donation goes to
Chris Townsend reminded us that 30 years ago on the last day on May he started The Continental Divide Trail. A 3100 mile walk that would take him from the snowbound Northern Rockies to the deserts of New Mexico.