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Embarking on amazing journeys is just part of the outdoor lifestyle, and while the act of creating the adventure is where things count the most, remembering the stunning details of the adventures you take is a very close second. That's where the Shinola Journal comes into play, with its soft linen backing that safely secures pages for you to jot your thoughts, map your routes, sketch ridgelines, and press fallen maple leaves to preserve bits of the adventure forever. The journal is bound together with smyth-sewn binding, which allows journals to lie flat when open without damaging the spine, and uses acid-free, archival-quality paper that is made to avoid feathering and bleeding. Shinola's journals are made entirely in the US, out of materials from sustainably-managed forests, so you can feel great about where it's coming from, too.
- Preserve your adventure memories on paper
- Beautifully designed and well-made for preserving memories
- Soft linen back protects the archival-quality pages
- Smyth-sewn binding allows pages to lay flat when open
- US made with materials from sustainably-managed forests
- Ideal for mapping routes, drawing ridgelines, and pressing fallen leaves
- Item #SNH0010
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This journal is super clean, no bells or whistles. Seems durable enough. I can't guarantee the content will be good once I am through with it, but the binding and pages seem well put together.
Does The Job
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
... and looks great in the process. Perfect size.
I use this Shinola Journal to keep track of my weekly to-do lists, ideas, and notes from meetings. It's compact, but has lined pages so it works just as well as a notebook but without the bulkiness.
This is Nick's wife Lynsey:
Nick gave me this notebook this winter to keep my thoughts in one place. It is great and I like that it has a little elastic band to keep it closed. It is a good quality, basic notebook.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Keeps my ideas in one place.