Since the initial discovery in 1955 that led DuPont to create Tyvek®, this versatile non-woven paper like substance has become more and more popular. It is lightweight and durable. Before Tyvek's invention, this was an impossible combination. Even heavyweight coated papers are not as sturdy. It is virtually impossible to tear, but it is easily sliced.
We were happy to discover this vintage batch of sturdy tags at an old office supply store that is no longer open! The tags measure a full 6-1/8 inch long by 3-1/8 inch wide. The brown reinforcement highlights the silvery eyelet.
Great for luggage tags, artwork and more, these show a very small amount of color staining - so barely recognizable, that we hardly noticed it - just around the edges of a very few tags.