Is it weird that Field Notes took so long to make a bigger notebook?
Field Notes have been in production for ten years now, and—with a few exceptions—they’ve always fit in your pocket. Customers often request bigger books with the same features as regular Field Notes, and they’ve only obliged once, with the "Arts and Sciences" limited edition. When those sold out, the requests kept coming.
The popular “Pitch Black” memo book eventually provided inspiration: Field Notes improved the original dot-graph version, added a ruled version, and further expanded the line to include larger “Note Book” versions.
These new Field Notes Pitch Black Note Books are available in 2-Packs with your choice of Dot-Graph or Ruled 60# Finch Opaque body paper. They’re bound with glossy black staples and sturdy 118# covers featuring new, Field Notes-exclusive black/kraft duplex paper from French Paper Co. Both feature a new Pitch Black logodiscreetly printed on the back.
These 4-3/4" × 7-1/2" books allow more room for textual flim-flam, so there's some possibly-useful informationregarding light and darkness on the inside covers, along with the usual Specifications and Practical Applications.