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Two-pocket heavyweight polypropylene portfolios / folders hold papers and resist tearing. Folders feature business card slot to make personalizing presentations easy and include three prongs (brads) to hold 3-hole punched papers. Bold, primary Black color stands out and is perfect for office, school and home use. Each case includes 25 folders.
Paper ports and poly ports are great for presentations and more.
C-Line Products, Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of plastic storage, identification and organization items and a well-known name in the office products industry. With over 65 years of experience, C-Line's many product offerings include sheet protectors, name badges and holders, shop ticket holders, expanding files, report covers and project folders, poly and paper portfolios, binders and binder accessories, laminating film, media storage products, photo holders, office accessories, transparency film and more.
Ideal for classroom and office settings, two-pocket folders are an essential presentation and document storage item. Keep track of letter-size documents by organizing them in these durable portfolios. Available in a variety of styles, these folders protect your documents, while providing a central place to store and showcase information.
The assortment of portfolio color options lets your folder stand out. The vibrant colors help identify and differentiate information being stored for a particular class or project. The business card holder, located on the inner pocket, makes it possible to personalize any client presentation by including your contact information.
Whatever the report or presentation, make an outstanding impression by using C-Line's long-lasting, attractive paper and poly ports.
Recycled Paper Folders
These two-pocket folders contain 75 percent post-consumer recycled material. Additionally, there are two business cards slots located on the front of each pocket, inside the folder. Letter-size documents remain secure and are not visible when the folder is closed. The paper folders are available with and without prongs. Use the prongs, located at the center spine, for a more permanent presentation. The portfolios come in a primary color assortment, which includes red, yellow, green, blue, purple, black and white. Search C-Line 05300.
Heavyweight Polypropylene Folders
Available in heavyweight or super heavyweight polypropylene material, these tear-resistant folders provide durable protection for the letter-size documents stored inside. The opaque finish keeps materials confidential when the folders are closed. C-Line poly ports are available with and without prongs, in addition to a three-hole punched design that can be stored in a 3-ring binder. The folders come in a bold primary color assortment (red, orange, yellow, blue, green, black and purple), a modern jewel tone assortment (blue, aqua, purple, pink and clear), a stylish two-tone color design (gray/green or blue/orange) and can be purchased in individual primary colors.
Super Heavyweight Polypropylene Folders
The Super Heavyweight Poly Ports have a unique two-tone color feature that makes them a suitable option for both students and professionals. The outside of the folder has a unique mirror finish, providing a stylish detail to the durable portfolios. The letter-size holders are great for storing everything from client presentations to project meeting notes. The two pockets help to organize the information that is being stored. Use the business card holder to leave your contact information with the documents. Available with two different color options, the document folders provide extra protection for pages stored inside. Search C-Line 34701.
|Recycled Two-Pocket Paper Portfolio||Two-Pocket Heavyweight Poly Portfolio||Two-Pocket Heavyweight Poly Portfolio with Prongs||Two-Pocket Heavyweight Poly Portfolio with 3-Hole Punch||Two-Pocket Heavyweight Polypropylene Portfolio||Two-Pocket Super Heavyweight Poly Portfolio|
|Material||Recycled Paper||Heavyweight Polypropylene||Heavyweight Polypropylene||Heavyweight Polypropylene||Heavyweight Polypropylene||Super Heavyweight Polypropylene|
|Color||Assorted||Individual and Assorted||Individual and Assorted||Red, Blue and Assorted||Assorted||Gray/Green and Blue/Orange|
|Jewel Tone Colors||✓|
|Stylish Two Tone Colors||✓|
|With or without progs||With and Without Prongs||Without Prongs||With Prongs||Without Prongs||With and Without Prongs||Without Prongs|
|Business card slot||Yes - 2||Yes - 1||Yes - 1||N/A||Yes - 1||Yes - 1|
This item: C-Line Two-Pocket Heavyweight Poly Portfolio with Prongs, For Letter Size Papers, Includes Business Card Slot, 1 Case of 25 Portfolios, Black (33961)
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|Dimensions||11.56 inches x 0.12 inches x 9.5 inches||12 inches x 10.5 inches x 8.5 inches||2 inches x 9.5 inches x 12 inches||0.25 inches x 11.62 inches x 9.5 inches|
Definitely worth the money. Looks very professional as well. Very durable and thick quality.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
this is the second year I have ordered these for school. They are just what I need for the Take Home Folder for my 2nd graders.Published 17 days ago by Deborah Hill
Just what I was looking for. Nice thickness, durable, place to insert business. Perfect for my business/client presentations.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Quick shipping and exactly what the school needed! Good durable product.Published 1 month ago by James A Nangano
These folios are okay; unfortunately, they are very flimsy and I am not sure how long they will last with my 4th graders. At least one had a missing tang. Read morePublished 1 month ago by james
i use these for interactive notebooks in my 6th grade math classesPublished 1 month ago by A. Summerlin
I have had major issues with the prongs breaking. I had 5 folders out of my set with broken prongs.Published 2 months ago by Jose Luck