The Spring 2020 quarterly edition of Field Notes’ pocket-sized memo book has a die-cut circle on its front, along with a pocket so you can personalize it with your own image. Sold in sets of three – two in Charcoal Grey, and one in bright Terra Green. Also available as part of Field Notes year-long subscription plan.
THE BEST Notebooks
These small notebooks are designed to be virtually indestructible. They have a grade 5 titanium cover, and their pages are made from stone and calcium carbonate, which makes them waterproof, fire-resistant, grease-proof, and generally everything-proof. Available in 2″ x 3″ and 3″ x 5″ sizes, with paper refills available.
Back in the day, we lived off of instant noodles. After all, they’re dirt cheap, fill you up, and they actually taste pretty good. Now that we’re “adults,” we prefer fresh-made ramen, but we still dig Fred’s silly sticky note pad which looks like a brick of the dorm room mealtime favorite.
It might not be the best idea to keep your actual secrets in this clearly labeled notebook from Bermuda Press, but you might want to use it as a decoy, then put all your deepest, darkest top secrets in your Rainbow Heart Trapper Keeper. Black and gold Bic Clic pen included.
Field Notes latest Quarterly Edition is series of beautiful fall-themed memo books, each with an embossed and debossed image of a leaf on its cover. The three-pack of 48-page notebooks includes North American sugar maple, American elm, and scarlet oak designs. Annual subscribers get a special-edition fall leaf bandana.
If you doodle or take notes outdoors, you’ll want to grab some Rite in the Rain notebooks, which are filled with a paper that won’t get damaged if it gets wet. Available in a wide variety of formats, including paper for laser printers. Works best with pencil or their special pen.
AstroReality celebrates NASA’s 60th Anniversary with an augmented reality gift set, which includes this beautiful notebook. Available with a white or gray cover, the notebook has a few pages that feature animation and enhanced content when viewed with AstroReality’s mobile app.
If you’re not in da couch, perhaps your brain is running a thousand miles an hour and needs a creative outlet. This book should do the trick. It’s basically a blank journal loaded with ideas of things to doodle, from a giraffe riding a rainbow to a dog on a surfboard.
FPlife’s Lockbook is the first notebook to have a built-in biometric fingerprint sensor. Its cover is water-resistant and scratchproof. It also has lots of spaces for passports, sticky notes and cards. Its paper is refillable too. Amazon has it in a few colors, but the black one is in stock here.
It’s always a good idea to have a pocket-sized notebook on hand to sketch down ideas, write measurements, or just doodle something creative. The fine folks at Everyday Carry have picked their 10 current faves, From the classic Field Notes to our go-to Word. notebooks.
This wood-grained journal may or may not inspire you to finish The Great American Novel, but it certainly will look cool sitting there as a paperweight, and if nothing else, you can spend time doodling or meticulously laying out your own lines on its 300 blank pages.
Rekonect’s refillable notebook makes it easy to reorganize your notes or take them with you. Its binding is made with rare earth magnets, while each page is edged with unique iron ink, so you can take it off the notebook and slot it to another position, or use on its own.
The Endeavor is a refillable notebook with a clever mounting system that makes it easy to replace the paper inside. You can choose from a desk or pocket size, three leather cover colors, and ruled, grid or blank paper. Each notebook comes with a lifetime guarantee.
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