Rite in the Rain is a patented, environmentally responsible, all-weather writing paper that sheds water and enables you to write anywhere, in any weather. The hassle of soggy and illegible paperwork has plagued outdoor professionals for decades. Rite in the Rain's founder, Jerry Darling developed the early version of Rite in the Rain paper to address that problem for the Pacific Northwest US logging industry in the 1920's and the product has been evolving ever since.
Jerry has long since passed away but his vision is shared by the entire team. Still manufactured in Tacoma, Washington, USA. Rite in the Rain paper is used around the globe in situations ranging from desert warfare to rainforest insect research.
Rite in the Rain's motto "Outdoor writing products for outdoor writing people" speaks both to their expertise and focus. They are consistently seeking to improve on existing products and to add new items to serve those who can benefit from their services. The Rite in the Rain R&D department is continuously developing products for new applications and they welcome your input.