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The Pacific Crest Trail 150 Days Hike

The Pacific Crest Trail 150 Days Hike

The latest post in our from the blogs series features a 150 day hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. I start with arid cactus, slog through the Sierra snows and finish in the red October maples. It is not an undertaking but a journey. 150 hiking days 2,659 miles/4,279 km 490,000 ft ascent […]

06/11/2017 × 2 comments

Rohan Stories

Question on Twitter – Talking About Shirts…

Question on Twitter – Talking About Shirts…

Question on Twitter Talking about shirts… @Rohantime how about some with longer length arms. Your long length trousers fit great but I can never find a shirt :-( We do talk a lot about trouser leg length, see the threads on the forum but not so much about arm length. Lets […]

02/02/2016 × 0 comments

Rohan Time

The Quilt of Many Rohan Shirts at Rohan Perth

The Quilt of Many Rohan Shirts at Rohan Perth

Liz at Rohan Perth has been very busy. She is in the progress of making a quilt from nine Rohan Shirts that are no longer in use. This is a lovely story about creative reuse. Watch out for the photos of the finished quilt.

23/05/2015 × 0 comments

Rohan Outdoor Clothing

The Rohan Shirt

The Rohan Shirt

The Rohan Shirt The lineage of the Rohan shirt is almost as long as the trousers. The Hyde Windshirt, Moving On, Tropical and Safari shirt of the late 1970’s and 1980’s started it all. Lightweight, fast drying and crease resistant,  Rohan shirts are specifically designed for travel. From super-durable shirts […]

25/05/2012 × 0 comments

Rohan Stories

Handmade in Harrogate

Handmade in Harrogate

We all know that Rohan shirts last a long time. Over time they become cherished items, loaded with the memories of the times that they were worn, the holidays they were taken on and the photographs they appeared in. If you change your mind about the colour or gain a […]

21/02/2012 × 0 comments

Guest Contributors

Sabah Salute – A Gentle Trek!

Sabah Salute – A Gentle Trek!

Jungle Drums The primary jungle to the northeast of Telupid played host to today’s 15km of trekking. With rain a plenty, the team took the Death March track through the flowing river beds, on clay paths and up and above the 1000ft threshold of the Bauto Hills in order to […]

24/08/2011 × 0 comments

Guest Contributors

Mark Carwardine talks to Rohantime

Mark Carwardine talks to Rohantime

Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, outspoken conservationist, award-winning writer, TV and radio presenter, wildlife photographer, and Chairman of the Judging Panel of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. He co-presented BBC2’s Last Chance to See, with Stephen Fry in which the unlikely pair travelled the world in search of […]

01/11/2010 × 0 comments

Rohan Stories

Throwaway Society by Ed Douglas

Throwaway Society by Ed Douglas

Ed Douglas looks at the throwaway society and waste one of the hallmarks of our age. Part of our Rohan Clothing sustainability through longevity series.

12/05/2009 × 0 comments