I previously wrote about Field Notes’ cherry wood veneer-covered notebooks, and have remained a fan of the brand.
It’s time for me to order some new pocket notepads, and so I took a look to see if there were any new styles. Well, apparently a new Utility style notepad was released last year.
The Field Notes Utility notepads feature a built-in flip-out ruler, and your choice of ledger-style or 1/8″ engineer grid paper. So, record-keeping rulings or small-sized graph paper.
It was almost interesting enough for a post. But then I saw their promo video. I don’t even know what to say about it, but here it is:
I loved the part where they’re trying to get the paint back in the bucket.
You can find the Utility notebooks at Field Notes’ store, for $12.95 for a 3-pack. Each has 48 pages.
I’m probably going to just get regular ruled memo books this time around. The cherry-covered graph paper books were quite good, too.