We wanted more space for our ideas to take shape, but we didn’t want to comprise size in order to get it. A pocket notebook is only a pocket notebook if it can fit in your pocket, after all.
While we were going through the John Muir archives doing research for the Blackwing 211, we noticed he would often turn his notebooks sideways when he needed a larger canvas for an especially detailed study or some especially complex notation. This gave us an idea. If we can’t create more space in our pocket notebook, maybe we can help people think about that space in a different way. The Clutch Notebook was born.