“Aaron Henry From Harlem Created The DooRag With Velcro”


The 34-year-old Harlem native, was tired of wearing a ‘do-rag that left him with headaches and marks on his forehead, commonly created by tying the strings too tightly. So Henry created the “stringless ‘do-rag,” which now uses a snag-free Velcro to secure it.

He calls his creation the TsuRag.

“My goal with the TsuRag was to come up with a new way to maintain your hair,” Henry told the Daily News. “I want them to feel a sense of relief” since do-rag’s can be uncomfortable around the forehead.

Henry says “his new rag leaves no marks and can be worn right up until the moment before a big meeting or interview.”

“I want them to put it on and know that it’s doing its job without compromising their appearance” said Henry, who grew up on W. 141st St. near Lenox Ave. “It’s truly designed to maintain your ‘do.”

The TsuRag (do-rag) officially launches today and will be sold online at TsuRag.com .

So let’s support this new entrepeneur people. The website is hot!!!!

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33 thoughts on ““Aaron Henry From Harlem Created The DooRag With Velcro”

    • Don’t know inner city brothas wear do rags no more. that’s so played.
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      I beg to differ? Baseball players wear doorags, thank you very much.

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  1. Good for him times are tight. atleast he’s trying to make an honest living and not selling crack on the street or trying to rob somebody’s grandmother.

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    • well this tip is empty
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      guess those from the ceo fam ain’t interested in a lil postivity.

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  2. And this is news why? He should add velcro to the saggy pants craze then he might be on to something.

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    • And this is news why?
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      it’s positive that’s why it’s news and that’s why it made this blog.

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      • And this is news why?
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        it’s positive that’s why it’s news and that’s why it made this blog.
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        But his invention is corny by every stretch of the imagination

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      • stop knocking the brother and support him even if your comments are encouraging.
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        THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Although I would not support this guy for is “invention,” I support him for thinking outside of the box, trying not to get caught up in living in ‘this system’ of 9 to 5, answering to a Boss’ way of living.

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    • Although I would not support this guy for is “invention,” I support him for thinking outside of the box, trying not to get caught up in living in ‘this system’ of 9 to 5, answering to a Boss’ way of living.
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      Yes well, atleast he is taking the first step in trying to make legal money. People have to start somewhere. Good luck to him. For those who feel his market will be limited, I doubt it since many other cultures are emulating us Black folks.

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  4. FYI People:
    The do-rag is worn to keep hair neat and smooth when the hair is cut already or braided. Men and women wear do-rags and so do many non Black people,they aren’t thugs either. Many people sleep in their do rags to keep their hair-do’s in shape I forgot White women wear them too,they don’t call them do-rags but its for the same purpose. Try asking a person who is wearing a do-rag why they wear one, they’ll explain it to you. Instead of making idiotic assumptions or posting hateful words. Then again that trait is in the DNA of some these ceo posters.

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    • not an attractive design imo
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      don’t really need to be as long as it serves the purpose.

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  5. not that many comments in here i guess that’s becuz it’s something positive, no gossip to run on.

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