Simple. Classic. Never runs out of battery power.
Leave it to the fine folks at Field Notes to celebrate one of America's most lovely national parks with this superb limited release "Shenandoah Edition". For starters, each of the three memo book covers matches the exact color of three separate leaves found on three trees at the park itself: the Sweet Birch, Chestnut Oak & Red Maple.
The effect was achieved by the equally fine folks at Platinum Converting in Itasca, Illinois, who also gave the covers an extra-sturdy, beefy feel to them reminiscent of other Field Note special releases such as Mackinaw Autumn and Just Below Zero. (For all you paper connoisseurs out there, that would be 60#T Finch Opaque “Bright White.”)
And if that weren't enough, the back of each book features an illustration of the leaf in question with some interesting facts about the parent tree. All in all, note taking never felt so good. And close to nature.FEATURES
- Set of Three
- 48 Graph Pages/each
- 3.5" Wide
- 5.5" Tall
- Rugged three-staple saddle-stitch binding
- Made in USA
“I'm not writing it down to remember it later, I'm writing it down to remember it now.” Field Notes Trusty Motto
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