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Woodless Pencils

by Karst
$22.00

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How many times have you used a mechanical pencil only to have the tip break over and over, or you run out of pencil lead refills and have to switch to a new writing instrument? With an all-graphite, woodless body you get the nostalgic satisfaction of using a traditional wood pencil without having to sharpen as often or worry about the other necessary accessories for mechanical pencil use. Best of all, these are made possible without cutting a single tree. Did we mention, it looks great too?

Product Details
  • 2B Hardness
  • Length 142mm, width 7mm
  • Pure Graphite
  • Easy to sharpen with a standard pencil sharpener
  • Matte finish keeps hands clean
  • Optimal lead grade for stone paper
About Karst

Meet Karst, the forward-thinking, Certified B Corp brand making the paper of the future. Karst began with the understanding that there will be no space for products that harm our natural world, but the demand for simple goods, such as paper isn't going away anytime soon. Through challenging the status quo and striving for a better tomorrow, Karst is redefining the paper industry with their Karst Stone Paper. Crafted with 100% recycled stone materials, this is paper, but more durable, more sustainable, and infinitely smoother to write, scribble, doodle, or draw on.

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Responsible Materials: Karst Stone Paper is the paper of the future. The paper is created by mixing calcium carbonate powder (from recycled stone material) with a high-quality, non-toxic, non-virgin resin. When heat and pressure are applied, the material is rolled thin enough to be used as paper. Made without bleaches or acids, this paper is more durable and eco-friendly than conventional paper.

Giving Back: Through partnering with One Tree Planted, Karst is working to make up for the ecological damage caused by the pulp and paper industry. With every order, trees will be planted in North America, South America, Asia or Africa.