Moleskine Monday: The Voyageur Traveller’s Notebook

Here’s a new product from Moleskine that looks kind of cool: The Voyageur Traveller’s Notebook.
When I first saw it, I thought, “Wow, Moleskine’s trying to get a piece of the Midori Traveller’s Notebook action.”
There are lots of differences, but this new Moleskine is brown, which seems to be the most popular Midori color, and has a new trim size of 4×7″, which is smaller than the Midori, but a bit closer to its proportions than the usual Moleskine shape. (They say the size is “designed to store printed emails, itineraries and maps” though I’m not sure why 4×7 was considered the best size for that– a taller size would more easily hold anything printed on letter or legal size paper with just a fold or two.) Beyond that, the similarities are limited. The Moleskine has a cloth cover, which is a first. It comes with sections of different page formats– lined, plain, and dot grid, as well as some travel-themed stickers.

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Find out more at Moleskine’s website. You can also pre-order it on Amazon, with stock due July 23, 2014: Moleskine Voyageur Traveller’s Notebook, Nutmeg Brown, Soft Cover

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2 Responses to “Moleskine Monday: The Voyageur Traveller’s Notebook”

  1. The Midori is cooler! And the original.

    But i will give it a try. Lokks nice. And i will compare it on my stie with the midori and the paper republic grand voyaguer.

  2. OMG! I’m so tempted to try this one! I love cloth cover notebooks, I wonder if this feels similar to the Leuchtturm linen pocket journals?

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