The Toploader 4-Pocket Secure Page is the newest addition to the Ultra PRO Premium Hologram Pages Line. This page features a protective flap for each pocket to secure contents in place and keep dust & dirt out. Each page holds up to 4 cards stored in up to 130pt Toploaders. Pages are clear and fit in our standard-size 3-ring albums. You’ll know it’s Ultra PRO quality with the hologram seal on the spine. Now you can store and display your favorite sports card hits or Pokemon and MTG pulls easily in the binder of your choice. Easily flip through trades, or bring your collection neatly stored in 3-ring binders to your next collectibles event.
- 4-Pocket Secure Toploader Pages sized for Toploaders up to 130pt thickness
- 100 top-loading, 3-hole punched pages per display
- Store up to 4 cards in Toploaders per page
- Sized for toploaders up to 130pt thickness
- Protective flap secures Toploader & keeps out debris
- Acid-free, non-PVC materials
- Made in the U.S.A.
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Platinum card pages
These are the only pages I will use for storing my cards in top loaders in a binder.
Most of my card collection are individually kept in penny sleeve inside a top-loader. My biggest drawback with this method is they are subsequently places in archive card boxes, placed on a closet shelf, not to be looked at for years. I wanted to keep them in 3-ring binders, but t/l's don't fit standard sheet pockets. When I came across these it was like they were reading my mind. Perfect size, fits 4/page, and allows my cards to be viewed by anyone that stops over.
great storage solution
These sleeves are a great storage solution for all your cards stored in toploaders.
Great way too store top loader and cards
Cool. Great too hold cards with top loaders to look at and not worry about damage!
One of the best new card storage products in ages
I'm so happy these exist! Despite some issues, these are still amazing. They do fit pretty much any toploader thickness you happen to have. That doesn't mean they all should be stored in these pages. The heavier the card, the more awkward the page. And the pages tend to droop at the bottom (like, when you hold the binder the middle pages kind of stick out the bottom some) if you have them in too big a binder. But in a 2" binder, I find them to be perfect. Obviously, fewer cards fit in a binder (4 vs 9 per page, thicker by a lot). HOWEVER, I found that semi-rigids work perfectly and allow you to have more protection than just in a page alone AND you can fit in more pages. The larger semi-rigids pretty much fit in the pocket like a glove. Having new storage options makes me happy.