Smead Leather-Like Partition Wallets with Elastic Cord - 9 1/2" x 11 3/4" Sheet Size - 5 1/4" Expans
Item Number: SMD72473
Our Price: $82.73 / BX (savings $33.07)
Quantity in Stock: 90
- A favorite among attorneys, accountants and bankers for transporting or storing documents
- Double-thick, front and back panels with Redrope gussets and dividers for added durability
- Six pockets keep paperwork sorted; flap with elastic cord closure for extra security; 5.25" expansion
- Leatherlike material; Size: 9-1/2" x 11-3/4"; 10 / Box
- 30% post-consumer material
Leatherlike material and an elastic cord give this partition wallet a professional appearance. A favorite of attorneys, accountants and banking professionals, this rugged wallet stands up to years of heavy usage. File expands 5-1/4", and each pocket of the six pockets expands 7/8". Other features include full-height redrope dividers, double-thick front and back panels and full-height RedRope gussets.
Manufacturer: Smead Manufacturing Company
Manufacturer Part Number: 72473
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.smead.com
Product Name: 6-Pocket Leather-Like Partition Wallet
Packaged Quantity: 10 / Box
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Expansion Size: 5 1/4"
Total Number of Pockets: 6
Divider Material: Redrope
Divider Thickness: 11 pt.
Features: Elastic Closure
Weight (Approximate): 9.07 oz
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Environmental Certification: SFI
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