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Smead® TUFF® Hanging Folders With Easy Slide™ Tabs, Letter Size, Standard Green, Box Of 20
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Smead® TUFF® Hanging Folders With Easy Slide™ Tabs, Letter Size, Standard Green, Box Of 20

Item # 533868 OfficeMax # 22350377
Poly tabs easily slide and secure into position
  • Specially designed reinforced rods are up to 40% stronger than traditional folder rods.
  • Replaceable tab inserts included.
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Poly tabs easily slide and secure into position
  • Specially designed reinforced rods are up to 40% stronger than traditional folder rods. 
  • Replaceable tab inserts included. 
  • Greener choice — contains a minimum of 10% postconsumer recycled content. 
  • SFI Fiber-Sourcing Certified. 

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Item # 533868 
Manufacturer # 64034  
brand name Smead
Eco-conscious Recycled Content
Ecolabel SFI Certified Sourcing
expanding no
folder color Standard Green
folder material 11 pt. stock
folder sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
manufacturer Smead Manufacturing Company, Inc.
postconsumer recycled content 10%
quantity 20
tabs included yes
total recycled content 10%

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Rated 4.5 out of 5�by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5�by BEST HANGING FOLDER YET Great price Great brand name At least 7 times stronger than the rest. Sturdy wire hanger, that doesn't bend after using a few times Can put a few thick folders in one and no sagging Great idea on the the way the tabs are made, much easier September 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5�by VERY STURDY. Tabs hard to insert. These very high quality folders and tabs. But I wouldn't buy them again because I found the tabs are difficult and slow to attach. I didn't try to slide them. The tabs and folders are very sturdy, so if that's what you need then these will be great. It's my impression that you would be better off attaching the tabs to the back side of the folder, not the front. It's my impression that you could also add regular tabs. Regular tabs will work better for me as my files do not get a lot of usage and I would rather work fast. January 21, 2012
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