Rite In The Rain paper is an exciting product which helps record even the toughest of adventures.
Jerry Darling developed Rite in the Rain in 1915, the company’s humble beginnings stem from the Pacific Northwest logging region of the United States.
People in the logging industry would bring their forms to Jerry Darling, he would hand dip the forms and then hang them on a clothesline and let the coating run off, then go fishing while they were drying.
The next day, he would take them off and go through the same process. It was a small cottage industry back then. Jerry’s wife, Mary Darling, actually hand-sewed their field books.
After almost 100 years, the company is still one of the worlds largest producers of weatherproof paper.
In this short film, Wolfmaan field tests some of the Rite in the Rain products in real world conditions. Product was provided by Trail Explorers.com