The Traveler's Notebook is a refillable leather journal that can be customized with mix and match inserts to make it uniquely yours.
The simple leather cover is fitted with elastics along the spine that hold inserts to help you keep memories from your day to day life as you travel through the world. The notebook comes with one BLANK insert, and there are lots of page styles, pockets, and accessories that you can add on separately to design your perfect notebook.
Variations in color and texture of the leather are part of the unique quality and aesthetic of this handcrafted journal. Choose from three colour options in the dropdown menu.
Size: 134 mm x 98 mm
Genuine cowhide leather is natural and hand-cut
Includes one BLANK Insert, spare elastic, cotton pouch, and string bookmark
Fountain pen friendly
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.
Cover made in Thailand | Insert made in Japan
Made by Traveler's Company
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