Rite in the Rain notebooks are weatherproof, flexible, and compact, and are the go-to field notebooks for mountaineers.
Designed by Conrad Anker for summit expedition documentation, this journal includes pages for daily altitude & weather records, team member data, expenditures, emergency procedures, wind chill, sketches & notes, photo scale and more.
Tough yet flexible enough to conform to any pocket. Held together with nickel plated rust-resistant staples.
Filled with crucial information: climbing tables, emergency procedures, journal pages, and a weather log, just to mention a few
Rulers, conversion charts, and map scales printed on the cover prove handy in the field.
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