Field Notes Mile Marker 3 Pack Dot Graph Paper

Field Notes

  • ON THE ROAD

    Our 42nd seasonal release for Spring is the “Mile Marker” Edition, which celebrates the span and history of America’s Dwight D. Eisenhower System of Interstate and Defense Highways.

    The bright, beefy covers are made from Westrock Tango 12pt C1S and covered with Pantone Toyo inks as specified by the awesome US DOT Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. They’ve also been stamped with holographic Crown Foil so they’re easy to spot in the beams of your headlights. They’re bound with black and white staples, with innards featuring a “Horizon Mist Gray” Dot-Graph pattern on 60#T Domtar Lynx. They’re perfect for laying out routes, recording mileage, and noting the various roadside attractions and oddities you’ve spotted along the way.

    With a bold, simple iconic design, this 3-Pack of Memo Books gets right to the heart of Field Notes. Practical American design with a sense of history and familiarity is what we’re all about. “Mile Marker” is a limited edition and when they’re gone, they’re gone forever. But we didn’t put the brakes on there. Of course we didn’t.

    RIDING SHOTGUN

    The companion to “Mile Marker” is an old-school gas-station-style, difficult-to-refold-properly, Field Notes National Highway Map. Year-long subscribers will receive a map free with their Spring shipments (membership has its privileges) but it’s also available for purchase individually. Be sure to add the map to your shopping cart when you order your “Mile Marker” 3-Packs, because no glove compartment should be without one.

    The map unfolds to 36" x 24.5" and features a large, colorful diagram of the continental Interstate System, designed exclusively for Field Notes by Mr. Cameron Booth of Portland, Oregon. It’s a beautiful and thoughtful data design solution.

    The reverse side of the map is completely jammed with useful, sorta useful, and some fun-but-not-at-all-useful information. While it might not replace a GPS system for wayfinding, it is guaranteed to educate and/or confuse you during your next big road trip.