Blackwing Clutch Notebbook
A tribute to Duke Kahanamoku and surf culture.
The ancient art of surfing arrived on the coast of northern California in 1907, but it wasn’t until surf icon Duke Kahanamoku popularized the sport on the beaches of southern California in the decades that followed that it really took hold.
Duke was a renaissance man. He mastered the ukulele and acted in Hollywood. He won an Olympic gold medal in the 100 meter freestyle and wrote the definitive history of the Hawaiian flag. He once saved eight men from drowning in the 30-foot swells of a chubasco using only a surfboard. He was the living embodiment of surfing’s nomadic, DIY lifestyle that carved its way into California’s spirit in the 20th century and still carries on today.
Product details: This limited edition Blackwing 840 Clutch Notebook set includes one dot-grid, one ruled, and one blank notebook. Each notebook houses 48 pages of high-quality, 100gsm paper sewn-bound inside a matte sea green cover.
Every Blackwing 840 Clutch features the Golden Coast stamped on its cover in gold foil and an infographic that breaks down the “Anatomy of a Wave” on its inside cover.