250 Minimum | Paper
SKU: 29-78 | Size: 9 1/2 x 11 3/4
Twice the amount of pockets means twice the amount of storage capacity. Two pocket folders come in a variety of sizes and are made for situations when you have to present a large amount of information.
Imprint Methods: Choose from four color process printing, offset PMS printing, foil stamping or embossing.
Pocket Slits: Free business card slits, brochure slits or CD/DVD slits available for each pocket
Stock Options: 59 stocks to choose from
Foil Stamp Colors: 24 hues to choose from
Coating Options: Aqueous, lamination, ultraviolet (UV)
Accessories: Spine attachments, stitched brochures, folder inserts, portfolio envelopes
The pockets can be printed either horizontally, vertically or a combination of both. Horizontal pockets give you more design room on the pocket itself while vertical pockets display more of the documents themselves.
An info flap is a fold-out panel that provides you with extra design and copy space in the interior of your folder.
Pockets come in a variety of sizes and shapes, depending on your aesthetic preferences. Rounded pockets, diagonal pockets and custom die-cut pockets are more unique looking than standard pockets.
Aqueous coating keeps your folder protected from normal wear-and-tear and comes in four varieties-- glossy, matte, satin and soft-touch. Glossy and matte are both smooth textures, though glossy is also shiny while matte is not. Satin and soft-touch have unique textures -- satin is velvety and soft-touch is suedelike.
Although ultraviolet (UV) coating makes your folder look extremely shiny, it does not offer any additional protection over aqueous coating.
The most durable coating is laminate, which not only protects against tears but can also repel stains.
Poly folders are recommended for outdoor use as they are the most durable.
Expansion folders can increase in size to 3/8" so that you can store a larger volume of materials.
For extra durability, consider reinforced edges and a reinforced spine.
File tabs make it easier for you to store folders horizontally in a cabinet or drawer.
Tuck tabs allow you to close and fasten your folders, making it less likely that contents will fall out or become shuffled around.