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Moleskine Cahier Pocket Ruled Notebook (set of 3) (3.5 x 5.5)


The Moleskine Cahier [kaa-yAy] Pocket Ruled Notebooks (only sold in a set of 3) each have a heavy-duty cardboard cover and visible stitching on the spine. The pocket-sized notebook is always ready to slip into your purse, bag or pocket for quick use. Each is 3.5 x 5.5 inches and contains 64 lined acid-free pages, with the last 16 sheets detachable by means of a micro-perforated edge, perfect for loose notes.

Moleskine Cahier Journals are now available with a classic Black, Kraft Brown, Navy Blue, or Red colored cover.

  • 64 pages (32 leaves)
  • Side-stitched binding
  • Back cardboard pocket
  • Last 16 pages are detachable
  • Rounded corners
  • Item #: mc710

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Moleskine Cahier Pocket Ruled (3) (3.5 x 5.5)

Moleskine Cahier Notebook covers are made from a heavy-duty cardboard with visible stiching on the spine. Like the Moleskine Classic Journals, Moleskine Cahier Notebooks have acid-free paper, rounded edges, and a rear inner pocket. Due to the threaded side-stitched binding, Cahier Notebooks make for a uniquely durable soft cover notebook. Moleskine Cahier Notebooks are reminiscent of traditional report notebooks - in fact, the term is used to denote a written report.

Moleskine Cahier Pocket Ruled (3) (3.5 x 5.5)

Book Style

Book Cover Style
Soft Cover

Book Size

Binding Style

Page Style

Number of Pages
64 pages (32 leaves)

Detachable Pages
16 pages

Page Corners

Book Accessories

Rear Internal Pocket
Slash Pocket


978-88-6293-095-6 (Red)

978-88-6293-098-7 (Navy Blue)

978-88-8370-492-5 (Kraft Brown)

978-88-8370-489-5 (Black)


Acid-Free (pH Neutral)

FSC Certified Paper


Moleskine journals are legendary, possessing a minimalism style and quality that literally has centuries of experience. To the initiated, there is no substitute. Used by artists and intellectuals who defined 20th century culture, including such luminaries as Hemingway, Van Gogh, and Matisse. Today Moleskine journals are seen at meetings absorbing notes, at coffee shops steeping ideas, on mountainside trails capturing adventures - in all cases a trusted traveling companion.

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