We use only the best: full-grain leather, strong pigskin lining and premium marine-grade thread (the kind used on ships sails). Lasts a lifetime - simply switch out a new notebook and keep the worn and patinaed leather journal cover on the new A5 Leuchtturm1917, Moleskine® journals™ or your choice of planner, journal, or notepad that measures up to 5.5” wide and 8.5” tall. Hardcover journals and planners fit best. Can be used with most similarly sized non-Moleskine or Leuchtturm journals and becomes especially beautiful with age. Recycle the A5 cover for years of journal use. Leather Journal Cover only. Journal not included.
We are very aware of the controversy of the newer company, Moleskine from 1997, taking the design and functionality of the Leuchtturm1917 and taking it to market in a big and popular way. We call it a Leather Moleskine Cover because it fits both perfectly, plus dozens of other brands and sizes, but we are usually in favor of the original, if they are quality and innovative. We have employees who only use Leuchtturm1917 journals because they like how the pages are each numbered and that they have a table of contents that you can put in there to find notes. It's interesting the controversy. Bottom line, we make quality leather journal and planner covers for quality designs.
Check out the rest of our Leather Home And Office Goods
A6 planners, journals, notebooks, moleskine
Hobonichi Techo Daily Planner
Moleskine Classic (Pocket, Large)
Quo Vadis Weekly Business Planner
Lemome Pocket Planner
Field Notes 56 Week Planner
Harper & Tucker Astrology Pocket Planner
Panda Planner Daily/Weekly Planner
Blue Sky Weekly/Monthly Planner
MochiThings Ardium Planner (Small or Medium)
Panda Planner (Classic)
*Does not fit Saddleback Notepads*
Dimensions (W x H)
Opened: 13.5" x 9"
Closed: 6.5" x 9"
Weight: 0.5 lbs
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