Personalized Field Notes Cover with Pen Holder for 3.5"x5.5" Notebooks

Product Code: LC-0001-1

Availability:In stock

$48.50 $21.99 21.99

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This field notes leather cover is entirely handmade from high quality crazy horse leather that has a rustic look, lovely leather smell and feels. Entirely sewn by hand with heavy waxed thread, much stronger than machine stitching.

This cover has one card slots, one pen holder and two interior pockets (one is for your field notes and the other is for cash etc) to organize everything.

This leather cover suitable for all 3.5" x 5.5" field notes, moleskine cahier journal, and other similar size notebook, it also can be used as a passport wallet and credit card/business card holder. It is a gift that will be used and loved for a lifetime!

♦ About Free Personalization:
Please let us know on "note to seller" section at checkout if you need to personalized this leather cover with your name or initials. By default we stamp the text on the inner card slot. If you want to stamp on the outside leather cover, please leave us a note. 

******Product Features****
- Leather: High Quality Genuine Leather
- Size: 6.2" x 4.2" 
- Features two card slots and two interior pockets
- Packing: Gift box packing
- Producing time: 3-5 days 
- 100% Handmade  

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