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Pirate Leatherette Portfolio with Notepad - Small - Single Sided

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Product description

Size:Engraved Front Small (7" x 9")

Portfolios or Padfolios are the perfect professional accessory for meetings, inteviews  or visiting clients.  They make a great graduation gifts or gifts for professionals. 

The leatherette material is so smooth and is a beautiful shade of cognac brown. The porfolios are available in two sizes:

The small is approximately 7"x9" and comes with 50 page, approx 5"x8" notepad.  It can easily hold a standard 100 page 5"x8" notepad.

The large is approximately 9.5"x12" and comes standard 50 page, 8.5"x11" notepad.  It can easily hold a standard 100 page notepad.

On the inside left of each portfolio there is a slot for loose papers that runs along the left side of the portfolio. On the same side there is a small pocket that is the perfect size for a few business cards. Directly in the middle there is a small elastic band to hold a pen.

Go into our design center and start designing what will be laser engraved into your portfolio. Choose from our monograms, fonts, or quotes to find something that will fit your personality! Don't hesitate to ask us to help with any minor changes or specifications you have. We are always happy to help!"br""br"Be sure to check out our leatherette mouse pad and journal as well as other custom products in our Office + Desk Accessories section."br""br"Design Shown: Pirate (#40857)"br""br"Features:"br"===================================="br""br" * Leatherette that feels and looks like real leather"br" * Large pocket inside for loose papers and a small pocket for business cards"br" * Comes with a notepad inside"br" * Beautiful cognac / medium brown shade"br" * Double or Single sided"br""br"

Pirate Leatherette Portfolio with Notepad - Small - Single Sided

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