Rite In The Rain Side-Bound Maxi-Spiral Notebooks

The Maxi-Spiral Notebooks have strong Polydura covers, wire-o binding, and 84 letter size pages.

Features

  • Virtually indestructible Polydura cover
  • Many patterns available for easy recording of information
  • 84 all-weather pages to protect your information
List Price $17.95
Your Price $15.25
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Rite In The Rain Side-Bound Maxi-Spiral Notebooks is available to buy in increments of 6
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Rite In The Rain Side-Bound Maxi-Spiral Notebooks313-MX Side bound maxi-spiral notebook, polydura cover, level pattern, yellow
$15.25
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Rite In The Rain Maxi-Spiral Notebooks 353-MX Side bound maxi-spiral notebook, polydura cover, field pattern, yellow
$15.25
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Rite In The Rain Maxi-Spiral Notebooks 373-MX Side bound maxi-spiral notebook, polydura cover, universal pattern, yellow
$16.16
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Rite In The Rain Side-Bound Maxi-Spiral Notebooks 973T-MX Side bound maxi-spiral notebook, polydura cover, universal pattern, tan
$16.16
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Standard Clicker Pens 47 Blue all-weather pen, chrome/plastic barrel
$10.40
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens 57 Red all-weather pen, chrome/plastic barrel
$10.40
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Tactical Clicker Pens 97 Black all-weather pen, metal barrel
$14.36
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens 97B Blue all-weather pen, metal barrel
$14.36
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Rite In The Rain All-Weather Pens 96 Black all-weather bullet pen, metal barrel
$23.36
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If you're needing a large format notebook, look no further. The Maxi-Spiral Notebooks have strong Polydura covers, wire-o binding, and 84 letter size pages. Polydura covers are virtually indestructible. Standard letter size pages provide plenty of room for information.
  • Pages - 84
  • Size - 8 1/2" x 11"
  • Weight - 0.9 lb.
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