Notebooks reinforced with Clairefontaine's famous cloth spines. Cloth binding matches the cover color. Binding is sewn with linen thread.
Clairefontaine notebook paper is arguably the best paper in the world for writing everything from class notes to personal musings to travel journals to screenplay ideas. The smooth satin finish helps thoughts flow effortlessly as ink. That's because their 90 g velin veloute (pronounced ve-lin veu-lou-te) notebook paper is: true white, with a special anti-glare component; acid-free, pH neutral, archival quality; opaque, with no see-through; strong, so it does not tear; secure, so ink never bleeds; and totally chlorine-free.
Located in the Vosges region of France, Clairefontaine was established on the site of a paper mill built in 1512. The Clairefontaine mill has been making paper since 1858 and stationery products since 1890. The company is best known for making the first school notebooks in France.
Clairefontaine is famous for its exceptionally white and ultra smooth notebook paper. People love Clairefontaine notebooks for the quality of the paper, and the pleasure of writing they experience when they use them. The notebook paper weighs 90 g, and has excellent opacity and a perfect satin finish for maximum smoothness in writing.