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Affordable portfolios, resumes & client books with Moab's icy cool Chinle Folios

If you’re looking to create a sleek portfolio while strapped for time, resources, and funds for expensive third party portfolios the Moab Chinle Ice Nine Portfolio is your calling. The easy screw-post assembly allows you to take your work from your inkjet printer directly to your portfolio by placing your pre-scored sheets into your folio in a matter of minutes. Place up to 40 pages in your print portfolio, with a multitude of display configurations. The award winning design by Case Envy is modern & stylish, yet classic, giving Moab Chinle Portfolios a nice twist and creative edge compared to traditional print display.

Ice Nine Portfolios come in two sizes, a smaller and more portable 8”x9” and a larger 12”x13” option. Chinle Print Portfolios are available with different paper options which include Entrada Rag (Natural & Bright) and Lasal Photo Matte. The pre-scored sheets come ten per portfolio with refillable 25 & 50 sheet packs of Moab Entrada Rag, Lasal Photo Matte, and Colorado Fiber (Satine & Gloss) also available. The pre-scored sheets allow users to simply swap out papers depending on your presentation needs.

Moab Chinle Ice Nine Print Portfolios are the perfect option for photography and graphic design students looking to present portfolios or resumes in an impressive manor to professors and potential employers. The edgy and modern design also gives photographers flexibility to offer an affordable book for wedding prints, senior portraits and other potential book-seeking clients. Don’t hide your prints behind cheap plastic sleeves or digital screens, physically engage the senses of your clients by proudly displaying your work with Moab’s Chinle Print Portfolios. If you’ve previously worked with Chinle Portfolios, feel free to share your experiences below.

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