New products are in!
This week's new arrivals are for all the adventurers out there. Including cool fountain pens, rugged drafting pencils, adventure logs, brush pens, and more, you'll find something to take with you on your next expedition!
This pencil was designed for precision drafting and drawing, but its high quality can be appreciated by anyone. It features a metallic grip inlaid with soft, latex-free pads to cushion fingertips, providing additional comfort and control. It also features a capped, refillable eraser, and its 4 mm fixed lead sleeve makes it great for using with a template or straightedge. The pencil is available in multiple lead sizes, with different body colors denoting each size.
This brush pen was designed by Sailor under the supervision of popular Japanese calligrapher Ryofuka to be both stylish and comfortable to use. The curved grip section makes it easy to hold the pen in the recommended position, about 3 cm up from the tip. Its water-based pigment ink flows smoothly and consistently from the felt tips, which provide excellent control and line variation.
The Adventure Log is a collaboration between Word. Notebooks and adventure travel gear producer Bradley Mountain, designed to help you remember all of the amazing trips and expeditions in your life. Each page has sections to jot down the location, date, and conditions of your trip, along with a spot to list your companions and a large notes section for recording your experiences. Fill out the pages during your vacations, camping trips, and other outings, and you'll be left with a lifetime of memories.
TWSBI fountain pens are loved for their high quality and affordability, offering advanced filling mechanisms normally reserved for much more expensive fountain pens. The Vac700 features a modern, eye-catching design, with a transparent body that shows off the pen's inner workings. In keeping with their philosophy of promoting the traditional experience of using a fountain pen, TWSBI has designed this pen to be completely self-serviceable.
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