NOTE: Check out the video below to see how the notebook is designed and how to change the notebook refills.
Finally a quality journal small enough to fit in your pocket.
The handmade Pioneer Journal crafted from Horween Cognac leather is smooth to touch and has that wonderful rich smell that invokes special memories. The leather can look lighter in some places due to its rich pull-up (changes colour when creased or folded).
At Grierson Studio, we know how difficult it is to keep a written record of your notes when your journal keeps springing shut as you try to write. That’s why our Pioneer Journals consist of two Moleskine Volant notebooks, with off-white coloured paper, that we have leather-bound together so the journal lies flat when in use.
Featuring Australian made marine grade elastic cord, the Pioneer Journal has been designed for durability and to withstand the rigours of everyday use.
This versatile journal allows the notebooks to be replaced when full so you can continue to enjoy the leather cover and the unique character it will develop over time. We have three notebook colour combinations to choose from: blue and amber, Green and yellow, black and black.
Extra Small Journal
- Leather cover - 11cm x 7.5cm when closed
- Black 2mm marine grade elastic cord
- 165g in weight
- 2 x 54 page Moleskine Extra Small Volant notebooks
- 70gsm acid-free off-white paper
- A flap at the back of each notebook for storing loose notes or cards
- All 54 pages of each notebook are perforated and detachable
Custom laser engraving is used to achieve the highest quality images. It will never fade. We offer a 124 character maximum and the default font will be a western typewriter style. Both the font and number of characters used can be changed for an additional fee. Graphics can also be added for an additional fee. Please let us know what you need, we are happy to help.
NOTE: As leather is a natural material, some journals may have minor scarring, barb wire scratches or insect bites which only adds to the authentic and rugged nature of our journals.