Circa cover most like moleskine?

Hi there!
Does anyone have a suggestion for a circa cover that is most like a moleskine?

Thanks
Gina

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I am not sure what you are asking

The cahiers are like heavy card stock, while the hard cover Moleskines are sorta-kinda like the Circa bookcloth covers, but the Circa cover is quite a bit heavier.

I'm confoooozed ! :P
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None of Circa's covers are

None of Circa's covers are anything like the cover on a Moleskine.
You have plastic, book cloth, and a few types of leather. All of them except the plastic are thicker and heavier all-around than the cover on a Moleskine, and the plastic, while good, is just plastic.
If you mean a material to make your own cover, well, the generic term for the cover of a Moleskine is oil cloth, or one of a couple slight variations on that. Good luck finding anything, Google generally fails me on that kind of search.

More specifics would be good

Sorry about that, I guess I should have been more specific. Yes, I was referring to the black (oil cloth) covers.

Thanks for the tips. I'll post if I come up with anything.