Rite in the Rain Waterproof Notebook Tan

    Rite in the Rain Waterproof Notebook - 3x5 - 935 Tan

      The global standard for all-weather notebooks.  These 3" x 5" (7.5cm x 12.5cm) spiral bound notebooks have 100 Universal pages (50 sheets).  With the Universal pattern you can use this notebook for notes or scaled drawings.  These notebooks are tried tested and trusted by soldiers, adventurers, hikers, botanists, fishermen and climbers throughout the world.

      The 3" x 5" Top Spiral Notebook is small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket and tough enough to survive the onslaught of Mother Nature.  This scrappy little notebook with survive rain, stains and wear and tear from daily use in the field.  Impact resistant wire-o binding won't lose its shape in your back pocket and a polydura cover defends your notes from scratches and stains.  Handy rulers on the back cover prove handy in a pinch.

      • Size - 3" x 5" (7.5cm x 12.5cm)
      • Page pattern - Tan
      • Binding - Top Spiral
      • Cover - Polydura
      • Number of Pages - 100
      • Number of Sheets - 50
      • Weight - 0.12lbs (54.5g)
      A very brief History of Rite in the Rain:

      The hassle of soggy, illegible paperwork has plagued outdoor professionals for decades.  The founder of Rite in the Rain developed the earliest version of this paper to address that problem for the Pacific Northwest logging industry in the 1920s and the product has been evolving and improving ever since.  This paper is used around the world in situations ranging from desert warfare to rainforest insect research.

      Environmental Information:

      In spite of its durability, this paper is totally recyclable as standard paper, unlike many of its competitors.  The Polydura cover is also recyclable and is manufactured from post-consumer recycled materials (milk bottles, shampoo bottles etc).  The manufacturing process was also designed to have an ultra-low impact on the environment.

      Archival for Survival:

      Rite in the Rain 20 & 32 lb papers meet the archival criteria laid out by ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (R2002).  They will last several hundred years under normal use.  All of the books are made from these grades.