We really shouldn’t play favorites, but the Field Notes Expedition is hard to argue with. Distinctively bright and virtually indestructible, this is the notebook that will see you through any expedition and situation (zombie apocalypse included).
The key feature and innovation of the Field Notes Expedition is the paper. The whole book is printed on Yupo Synthetic paper, amazing water, and tear-proof paper extruded from polypropylene pellets in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Months of development and testing were required to get these books just right, and some of the tests that the Field Notes Expedition was subjected to include waterproofing, visibility, wind resistance, ballistics (yes, you read that right), acid resistance, flame resistance, electrical resistance, and extreme temperature.
Aesthetically, the Field Notes Expedition delivers with an all-new design, such as a hi-visibility “Antarctic Survey Orange” front cover and “Polar Night Black” back cover, with a subtle varnish effect featuring a topographic map of Antarctica. The body pages feature the popular dot-graph paper printed in light gray for ease of writing, plotting, and charting.
And to prove a point, in October 2013, Field Notes sent the Expedition edition to the South Pole with explorer Ben Saunders as he and his team retraced Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated journey to the Pole and back, on foot and unsupported.
So, while you may not get to test the limits of the Field Notes Expedition, you can certainly rest assured that it will stand up to everything you can possibly throw at it.
- Virtually indestructible
- Waterproof and tear-proof pages
- Hi-visibility “Antarctic Survey Orange” front cover
- Flexible covers and saddle-stitched for durability
- "Polar Night Black” back cover with the map of Antarctica
- Made in the USA
- Sold in packs of 3
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