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Archive for August 2010

Faces of Hazyview

August 27, 2010

Hazyview is the home of Rogue. Rogue boots, Rogue hats and Rogue bags are made in Hazyview, South Africa and the people tell the story of the wonderful small town. This small chap was photographed whilst watching new tyres being fitted to his Dad’s truck! Completely oblivious to us he stood watching the proceedings! Such […]

Kendrick Imports and Mozambique 2010

August 26, 2010

August is a great time of year to visit Mozambique – wonderful warm sunny days, sea still a great temperature and not too many mosquitoes so although Bug Geroff Insect Repellent is needed the risk of getting malaria is much lower than during the rainy season. We drove from Hazyview via Ressano Garcia border in […]

Rogue hats in Hwange Game Reserve

August 8, 2010

Whilst in Hwange Game Reserve in Zimbabwe we had the pleasure of meeting Shepherd who was a Ranger at The Hide where we stayed. Pete was wearing his Rogue Packaway hat which Shepherd loved! The Rogue hat is synonymous with Africa and game rangers and is the perfect hat to take on any trip to […]

Rogue bags and the Mongoose!

August 4, 2010

Rogue bags have been used for many different uses in the past.  Rogue Travel Bags for a Safari, leather Rogue Aviator bags for the flyer, Rogue Buffalo bags for the person who wants something that little bit different to pack their clothes in….. and now Rogue bags for a mongoose to play in! This Mongoose […]

Rogue Gear In Africa

August 4, 2010

Rogue hats, Rogue bags and Rogue boots are all made in Africa and designed to be used in Africa.  All Rogue products are made to last and designed for hard-work. The Rogue Travel Bags are made from a strong heavy-weight cotton that does not snag or tear.  They are roomy and have a wide opening […]

Kendrick Imports at Cecil Rhodes’ Grave

August 2, 2010

30th July 2010 Kendrick Imports visited the Matopos Hills.  This is the place  in Zimbabwe that Cecil Rhodes chose to be buried.  The place is awesome – known locally as “World’s View”, you can see for miles and miles.  The landscape is rocks and trees and the whole area around the grave is blue and […]