Rohanee Bottoms

$90.00 AUD
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  • Low-Waist Bottoms
  • Thinly Ruched Side-Hip Detail
  • Medium Coverage
  • Reversible 
  • Ethical, Sustainable & Eco- Friendly (Using Recycled Plastics Bottles & Recycled Elastine) - 86% Nylon & 14% Elastine
  • Reversible Option
  • Prints (Baru & Mili)
  • UV, Chlorine Resistant & Moisture-Wicking 
  • Soft, Durable & Comfortable

Model: Tasha wears a size 8 (small) in the Rohanee Bottoms & Size 8 (small) in the Dorris Top


Rohanee Cox is a Nyulnyul girl who grew up in Broome, Western Australia. Rohanee is an Olympic champion and is the first Indigenous women to represent Australia at the Olympics, in Basketball and bring a medal home. It was at the 2008 Beijing Olympics she was an integral part of The Opals wining a Silver Medal. She has also captained the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) team Townsville Fire.  She won a scholarship to the AIS where she where she excelled as one of Australia’s newest talents. 

Since Beijing, Rohanee has continued to represent Australia and has won a host of prestigious sporting awards. She is a passionate advocate for the “Go for 2&5″ fruit and veg campaign, and is an ambassador for Basketball Australia’s Indigenous talent identification.