The last item it the Vector Scout Supply Kit (also included is the VS Patch and VS Sticker) is the Anchor Pad. It's a Moleskine Cahier Pocket Squared Notebook stamped with the Vector Scout logo and name tag.
I'm not sure what color to go with and was wondering what you guys think? Red, Kraft Brown or Pebble Grey?
I did a crappy job stamping them on these test rounds. They will look better in the finals.
4 months ago
I like Pebble Grey.
so awesome... the kraft brown is speaking to me, but all 3 are working in my opinion
Boom. You're killing it lately.
Agreed, Kraft Brown is my favorite, but the other colors work well!
Kraft brown would be superb.
These are great!! I'd go with all three. They look great as a set.
They all look awesome. Kraft Brown is my favorite, but I'm biased towards that notebook color already.
I want to COLLECT THEM ALL.
Kraft brown is the money.
These turned out great! Kraft brown. The Pebble Grey is a close second.
Pebble Grey for me. And I love the fact you're hand-stamping them - it gives them a nice personalised feeling. They look gorgeous.
I like the pebble and kraft brown options. They are well contrasted and work really nicely in tandem with the remaining scout swag.
I'm for Pebble Grey.
I need one!!
Brown. Are you making like a 8X11 size?
Red seems like the most Scout-like color.
Like the stamping. Just not on Red. Seems a touch too dark.
Thanks for the feedback everyone! I'm glad I asked. I was originally thinking of using the red one but no one really seems to like that one. I like the grey too, but we'll see.
Awesome! I think the red it's great.
Kraft Brown either Pebble Grey. Red is too agressive and look a bit like a passport. Overall Kraft Brown is the best one, good contrast.
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