Field Notes — ‘Shelterwood’ Edition
As you can watch in their behind-the-scenes video, they’ve very thinly sliced up some American cherry wood and bonded it with kraft paper to form each cover. Due to the nature of the wood, every cover sports a unique grain pattern—no two notebooks are exactly the same.
The manufacturing process is also quite sustainable, and what little waste there is gets recycled into wood pellets to heat the factory itself.
These are amongst the more beautiful Field Notes editions I’ve come across, and my wallet couldn’t fly out of my pocket fast enough once I heard about them. If you’re not a COLORS subscriber, you can pick up a 3-pack of the Shelterwood edition for $10.