Rite in the Rain pages have a unique moisture shield that you can write on with a pencil, crayon, or special pen made by this same company, even if the paper is wet. Even though the design is really innovative, it was invented almost a century ago by Washington-based Maker Jerry Darling. Jerry wanted to create a writing surface that could stand up to the elements. To this day, his notebooks are still Made in the USA.
Besides these all-weather notebooks, Rite in the Rain also created an all-terrain pen that writes through water, grease, and mud, and has a pressurized ink cartridge that works in extremely high and low temperatures.
Jot down your best ideas in any weather—rain or shine.