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Harlem Resident Aaron Henry Invents a "Stringless 'Do-Rag"

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Harlem resident Aaron Henry has invented the TsuRag—a 'do-rag that doesn't have any strings, and instead, is fastened with Velcro. He tells the Daily News of his customers: "I want [my customers] to put it on and know that it's doing its job without compromising their appearance. It's truly designed to maintain your 'do." He calls it the TsuRag because it makes "tsunami waves" in the wearer's hair, and says that he made it with Velcro to alleviate the headaches that sometimes come on from tying the strings too tight.

He's already gained a following among motorcyclists and kids, and he'll officially begin selling them on his website today. Up next: TsuRags for women, but these he'll be calling "Tsu-She." A friend of his, Dre Hatch from Connecticut, approves of the venture: "A 'do-rag with no string is a good idea. It's convenient. It's like putting on socks."
· Aaron Henry of Harlem invents TsuRag [NYDN]
· TsuRag [Official Site]