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Reuse Outdoor Gear

A Rare Insight into Outdoor Gear Function and Form

  The latest Gift Your Gear event was very successful. Due to the generosity of Rohan customers who donated their gear some wonderful charities working with young people in the great outdoors are now better equipped and their gear pools are looking much healthier. Gift Your Gear also delivered a few surprising but very valuable […]

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Rohan History – “Exploding with ideas”

‘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’ My name is Tony Jones. I joined Rohan in 1977 and stayed with them for seventeen years, with one break. I was employed as a manufacturer’s agent responsible for developing […]

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Rohan History – Long Live Pocketry

Pockets have always been a major part of Rohan garment design. Long before Rohan Bags the value of pockets in very early Rohan garments became fundamental to the design of each garment. Each pocket was positioned to maximise function and comfort for the user. Whilst Rohan pioneered the importance of pockets in outdoor garment design […]

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All Originals at Rohan Keswick

Rohan Originals Keswick Weekend now underway. Despite rain and wind many Rohanists made their way to take part in the weekend. The Evans family, Colin Fisher boss, Tim Jasper designer in chief and Sarah Howcroft all in the shop over the weekend to meet with fellow Rohanists. Rohan Bags at 1986 prices and an opportunity […]

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Rohan 25 Years in The Lake District

Rohan Originals Keswick Weekend ended on Sunday night. The Evans family and all the Rohan team extend a big thank you to everybody who took part in the weekend celebration. It was the talk of the town. There was considerable interest in the Rohan Originals Collection now housed in Rohan Keswick. Colin Fisher Chairman, Tim […]

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Everest Memories – Leo Dickinson

Leo Dickinson is one of the outstanding action sports filmmakers in the field today. He has made over 50 films of his own and helped on many others. Leo entertained us at Rohantime 09 Dunster earlier in the year. Today, on Rohantime, he shares some memories with us of the first canoe decent of Dudh […]

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