A couple of strange things happened during October, within a few hours of each other. I was asked this question by a Rohan Customer – What was the first Rohan jacket? I was at the time sorting the Gift Your Gear donations.
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A few days ago this question was posted on the forum. How many Rohan Pullover smocks are there? We asked Ben from Rohan Keswick who has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Rohan History if he could list all the Rohan…
During The Sale we are featuring on Rohantime stand out sale items with links to reviews and features. The Savanna Jacket is inspired by our heritage: taken straight from our design archive and given a modern overhaul.
An announcement in a number of blogs that IKEA has opened its own museum caught our eye. There is no doubt company heritage expressed in product lineage is now a vital contribution to how a company presents itself. “Flat-pack furniture fans around the world have cause for celebration as the […]
Rohan Classico – The Story “Whether the destination is Everest or Eaton Square, the goal an impossible climb or hard fought-for contract, Rohan Daywear backs up adventurous spirit with the confidence which only well designed…
I first came across Rohan clothing when I was 18 in 1984. I got a Rohan “Technical Jumper” for my 18th birthday present – it was brilliant and a constant companion when I did all my outdoor activities and travellings.
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.
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