Many kayakers and all BCU Coaches use waterproof note pads. What makes this one different is the extra pages in the back. These pages include; Beaufort wind scale, signaling, wind chill chart, Hypothermia/forstbite information, whitewater ratings, river paddling signals, basic firt aid information, plus more.
A waterproof pad should be in every first aid kit for emergencies and some paddlers would want another waterproof pad in their PFD for general note taking. Waterproof pens are also available, but an inexpensive Papermate Sharpwriter lead pencil holds up great and you can erase things.
DuraRite says: The Extreme Journal is constructed with our waterproof DuraRite synthetic, tear-proof paper. Made for the harshest conditions. It also contains a wealth of sports related reference material for wind, water, snow, and climbing. The book will survive, you may not.
Rite in the Rain is a truly amazing paper created specifically for writing field notes in all weather conditions. From the torrential downpours in the Pacific Northwest to the blistering heat and humidity of a Florida summer day, Rite in the Rain sheds water, so users can continue to write on it, even in a downpour.
Using a pencil or an all-weather pen, Rite in the Rain ensures that your notes survive the rigors of the field.
Our recyclable paper is made with environmentally friendly materials, giving you peace of mind as you use our products.