WeeRag are made by sisters Melissa and Beth, lifetime adventure seekers and outdoorswomen, who also share a love of nature and a commitment to low-impact and sustainable eco-friendly practices. Beth's a physician, backpacker, mountain biker and trail builder. Melissa is an engineer, inventor, web entrepreneur, and an avid cyclist.
Women have been using "pee rags" since, well, as long as rags have been around. With the advent of disposable tissues in the early 1900s, modern society decided this was an item for the history books. But was it? Forward-thinking women have called a halt to the unsightly tissue issue, and have brought back: The Pee Rag!
Never ones to do anything halfway, Melissa and Beth pondered the issue of the pee rag. What was the best fabric? What size? How would it attach to your pack, yet still be washable? How best to tell your pee rag from your friends' pee rags? How do you make sure your pee rag is never, EVER, mistaken for anything else? After considerable thought, experimentation, and testing, it was time to reveal their findings.
Melissa and Beth teamed up to bring the next generation of pee rags, the "WeeRag". They donate 10 percent of every sale to their local volunteer trail-building association SATA (Salem Area Trails Alliance).
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