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Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3


Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
  • Field Notes Color Cover Memo Book - Day Game - 3.5" X 5.5" - 48 Pages - 5 mm Dot Grid - Pack of 3 - FIELD NOTES FNDG-01
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Pack contains three “Day Game” themed cover 5 mm dot grid memo books, with cover colors: green, kraft, and white.

Each book measures 3-1/2" wide by 5-1/2" tall and is bound with a rugged three-staple saddle-stitch process. These memo books have durable flexible covers, designed to survive any back pants pocket or shirt pocket. The front of the inside cover has printed spaces for your contact information, should you lose the memo book, and the back shows the Field Notes company's story, lists practical applications for the memo books (with a sense of humor), and gives detailed specifications about the book itself. Manufactured and printed in the USA.


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Specs
Model NumberFIELD NOTES FNDG-01
Shipping Weight3.10 oz

Reviews
4 people found this helpful
  I don't use fountain..., October 16, 2012
By birdhearthoney - See all my reviews
I don't use fountain pens (ja ja I know) but this did fine with a Uni power tank and a gel pen. I have a feeling though that I'll mostly be using pencil in here, smearing ain't no thang. I like the fact that they are beautiful little books but the insides are not so precious that writing in them is anxiety-inducing (like moleskines are for me). They exude a peppy "let's do this!" attitude and I want to write everything in them. Seriously. I did not think I'd feel this connection with a notebook. Weird. And cool!
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  Yay my first field notes! I..., October 16, 2012
By birdhearthoney - See all my reviews
Yay my first field notes!
I see why it's such a "cool" thing to own. I wasn't sure what the heck I'd be memo-ing but these are so pretty with their glossy lettering on the cover and beautiful paper that I couldn't resist. So I'm going to memo the heck out of these - it will save me the trouble of locating all those silly slips of paper with book notes, quotes, songs, random stuff. And I'm going to buy a subscription to Field Notes (check their website). I'm so excited! Yay! (who gets excited over memo books? Stationery nerds).
  All style over substance...., March 23, 2013
By corey.ladas - See all my reviews
All style over substance. The merit of these things is entirely in the aesthetics with the retro cover colors, cute liner notes, and dot grid ruling.

Functionally speaking, for the money, these really ought to have a stitched binding. The paper used is quite mediocre and inferior to even Moleskine. I tried about a dozen different fountain pen inks and nearly all of them fared poorly with this spongy paper that would probably be at home in your copy machine. Prepare to be limited to ballpoints and gel pens. If that's your inclination anyhow, then I'm sure you'll find these to be adequate.
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