Smead Poly Ultracolor Envelope - 5 per pack

Letter - 8.50" x 11" - 1.25" Expansion Fastener - 200 Sheet - Polypropylene - Clear - 5 / Pack

Reg. Price $6.81

Our Price $6.28 Per Pack

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Heavy-duty polypropylene envelope resists tears and repels moisture. String-tie closure secures contents. Top-loading envelope features 1-1/4" gussets, big enough to hold more than 200 sheets of paper. Acid-free envelope offers archival quality storage.

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Product Type
Vinyl File Pocket
Sheet Capacity
Sheet Standard
Sheet Size
8.5" x 11"


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Smead Poly Ultracolor Envelope - 5 per pack

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Love these folders. Great for protecting important papers.

By Sandy

from Sunrise, Florida

Verified Buyer

Comments about Smead Poly Ultracolor Envelope - 5 per pack:

They are great for keeping papers together and in one place.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(10 of 13 customers found this review helpful)


Love these classy envelopes!

By Sculptor Model

from Chesterfield, MO

Comments about Smead Poly Ultracolor Envelope - 5 per pack:

I creawet "Care Packages" of provenance about my sculpture for my collectors. These envelopes hold all my goodies for them and look nice. I am proud to present my work in these attractive translucent clear envelopes.

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  • No

(11 of 13 customers found this review helpful)


Poly Envelope

By Sarah

from Anchorage, AK

About Me Comfort-oriented


  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy To Clean
  • Stable
  • Well Made


    Best Uses

    • Going Out
    • Office
    • School
    • Travel

    Comments about Smead Poly Ultracolor Envelope - 5 per pack:

    I use several of these inside my business bag. It keeps everything separated and in order.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Width:
    • Feels true to width

    (13 of 14 customers found this review helpful)


    Students love Red Smead Poly Envelopes

    By MsG1

    from Phoenix, AZ

    Comments about Smead Poly Ultracolor Envelope - 5 per pack:

    I used the Smead Poly Envelopes for my Middle School art classes. The students loved the bright red color! The size is perfect for their drawings. Some students had problems with the string ties coming unraveled. Next time, I would make sure to get the ones that have velcro closurres.

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