Craftsmanship. Customization. Convenience.
Meet the Helmsman - not just any journal cover, but a canvas of expression. With a generously sized velcro panel at its forefront, it invites you to adorn it with patches that resonate with your persona. Whether it's the pride of ranger eyes or symbols of personal adventures, this journal stands out as uniquely yours. Add in the pragmatic pen loop, and you have a blend of style and function that’s unmatched. From jotting down ideas to documenting journeys, let every word be as individual as the patches you choose. Elevate every note. Experience the Helmsman.
- Meticulous hand-stitching for enduring durability.
- Smooth, hand-finished edges for an upscale feel.
- Expansive 12x7.7 cm velcro panel, allowing for up to 15 1x1” patches.
- Adaptable pen loop, comfortably accommodating any pen up to 15cm.
- A convergence of tradition and modern flair.
Ships from Ukraine
* Notebook, pens, patches, etc, is not included.
*This item is made to order, please wait until your order is crafted.
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I really enjoy the velcro part of it, however Im not a fan of a notebook pocket. I would much rather have the velcro on something like The Navigator. Really great quality though. I love all of my PrateGoods
Yeah, I’ve think about adding the velcro to Navigator too, but the problem is, that it will be uncomfortable to write on the page which will be on “under the patch” side. The different heights and shapes of patches will make this side to shaky. Unless you will pull the journal out of the cover. Just my thoughts, maybe I should make a test prototype.