<p>Daily excursions about the city, adventurous jaunts overseas, or the next board meeting – organize your digital and analog life with the Rickshaw Mini Folio Planner. The Mini Folio features pockets for cards, pens, highlighters, and even a small journal. Made with rugged construction and custom printed with your artwork, text, or photos, the Mini Folio is the perfect companion for your busy day.</p>
Dimensions 7.5" H x 4.75" W x 1.25" D.
Secure zip pocket for personal items; Interior pockets for pens and highlighters.
Made with a sustainability focus in San Francisco, CA.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product’s customizable design area measures 6.8" x 9.6". For best results please add 2/7" bleed.
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