Smead Extra Wide Expanding Wallets with Elastic Cord - Legal - 8 1/2" x 14" Sheet Size - 5 1/4" Expa
Item Number: SMD71189
Our Price: $6.81 / EA (savings $2.77)
Quantity in Stock: 1,511
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- Safely store and transport documents with these durable wallets
- Flap with elastic-cord closure for document security
- 5-1/4" expansion holds up to 700 sheets
- Extra-wide pockets easily accommodate standard file folders
- Tyvek-reinforcement at top of gusset for extra durability
Extra-wide wallet allows letter-size or legal-size top-tab file folders to fit neatly inside without bulging. Perfect as a complete client file. Protective flap with elastic cord closure secure documents for travel. Wallets feature redrope stock with contrasting gusset, double-thick front and back panels. Full-height, Tyvek-lined gussets have rollover Tyvek reinforcement at top. Wallet expands up to 5-1/4".
Manufacturer: Smead Manufacturing Company
Manufacturer Part Number: 71189
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.smead.com
Product Name: Extra-Wide Cord Closure Expanding Wallets
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Sheet Standard: Legal
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 14" Length
Expansion Size: 5 1/4"
Tab Location: Top
Folder Thickness: 11 pt.
Features: Elastic Closure,Flap,Reinforced Gusset
Weight (Approximate): 7.66 oz
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: SFI
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