Paper Traits’ eco friendly hand stamped trail journal.

We are extremely excited to bring you a brand new ODTG exclusive product. The Paper Traits’ eco friendly hand stamped trail journal. Kim was very kind to send one over to us to take a look at.

Paper Traits begins with ReWrite notebooks made entirely from fully recycled paper with a sturdy, recycled chipboard cover. Soy-based inks are used to print the 24 (double-sided) perforated pages with college-ruled lines. A non-toxic, water-based glue binds the spine.


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Front Cover

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Paper Traits has developed their own line of handmade linocut stamps to be used for these notebooks. The ink is permanent and waterproof.  Each journal is detailed with a recycled paper bead bookmark for marking your place and ships in a resealable cellophane bag.

The Journals come in two sizes a 3.5” x 5.5” Mini Size trail journal and a 5” x 8”  Medium Size trail journal. They also come stamped with various trail themed designs.  The stamps are creative and we love the detail that Paper Traits put into creating these unique stamps.  A great product to keep trail records and fun notes about your adventures. They are even perfect for everyday use but they might give you a touch of wanderlust for a new adventure.  During checkout you can choose to be sent ruled or blank pages.

For all of you backpackers out there worried about weight the small journal weighs in at just slightly under 1.2 ounces.


These make fantastic gifts for your family, friends, or hiking club member friends. To learn more about these trail journals you can find them in the ODTG store.


ODTG-AdamProfilePic Adam Nutting – Sales / Social Media Strategist (

Adam is a avid hiker and backpacker with over 300 miles in 2013. Originally from the Midwest he now calls Arizona home. An Eagle Scout, Cancer Survivor, and active outdoor blogger Adam finds himself constantly immersed in the outdoor community and industry.

Adam has joined Outdoor Trail Gear to help bring his knowledge of social media as well as his love for ultralight and cottage gear to the mix. Adam blogs about his hiking adventures at and about social media at


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