The Traveler's Company Notebook is a cult favourite amongst writers, artists, poets, planners and organisers for its ability to be both incredibly beautiful, but wholly functional.
The quality of the leather cover, genuine and unprocesssed, highlights the skill and care that has gone into making it. As you use the Traveler's Notebook, the leather becomes well-travelled, unique and takes on your individuality.
Customise the Traveler's Notebook however you want. Some people emboss the cover with design, others create their own beautiful inserts. The choice is completely yours, much like your journey.
Choose from three colour options in our drop down menu.
Leather Cover / H218 x W130 x D10mm
Cotton Carry Bag / H240 x W150mm
Blank notebook (64 pages) / H210 x W110mm
Spare Rubber Band
Care Instructions: The leather cover is beautiful and does need some special care. It's recommended that you don't get it wet as the colour may run. You can keep the Traveler's Notebook in its cotton cover when you're travelling, but you can also use a leather oil to protect your investment.
Produced by Travellers Company, Japan.
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