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Portfolio for Interviews and Meetings - Zipper or Flap?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by flaudia402, Jul 15, 2016.

  1. flaudia402

    flaudia402 Active Member

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    Looking for a portfolio for interviews and meetings. Dimensions around 14-15 inches x 10-11 inches. My main concerns with a zipper are whether it'll fail in the long run. I also don't want something super bulky since that defeats the purpose and in that case I would resort to my briefcase.

    Budget is <$300. Torn between purchasing a Ziptop one like this one from Lotuff:

    http://lotuffleather.com/collections/portfolios/products/zipper-document-pouch

    Or purchasing a more traditional open flap/minimalist briefcase portfolio similar to this one:

    288184d1339026283-bnib-montblanc-meisterstuck-portfolio-sale-104605_l.png

    Although Mont Blanc's stuff is out of my budget they have sort of a cross over here:

    http://www.montblanc.com/en-us/coll.../104604-meisterstueck-portfolio-with-zip.html
     
  2. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    Whatever you prefer is the best advice.
     

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