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Velcro 'Do-Rag

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Here's a clever idea. Aaron Henry from New York City has invented a "stringless 'do-rag," which he's dubbed the TsuRag (it makes "tsunami waves"), and fastens with Velcro. He's now selling them on his website, and says that he made them with Velcro because it's easy to get a headache from tying the strings too tight on regular 'do-rags. Next up: a line for women, called "Tsu-She." [Racked NY]