Rite in the Rain is made to let you keep notes, observations, thoughts, data, and more - regardless of the weather. Not all jobs involve staying inside all day, and Rite in the Rain paper and notebooks were made for those jobs. Rite in the Rain can be used in mist, fog, full-on downpours, and even submerged - this is fully waterproof paper, freeing outdoor professionals from the hassle of soggy, illegible paperwork. Rite in the Rain founder Jerry Darling developed the early version of this rain-proof paper to in the 1920s for the Pacific Northwest logging industry. Rite in the Rain has been evolving ever since, and now offers you a full range of notepads, journals, bound notebook, and binder paper - all of it capable of being used in any weather, all of it ready to stand up to the most grueling field conditions. Rite in the Rain is great for construction sites, oil wells, park and game management, EMS workers, and so much more.