Paper can be serious business. So serious in fact that in the early 80’s, President Reagan made 8.5 x 11 size paper the national standard! That’s pretty remarkable, given that paper can’t really speak for itself. But perhaps we can speak for paper here, given that we’re sort of an expert on these matters. 8.5 x 11 paper, also known as letter paper, is the industry standard size in the United States, and for a very good reason; letter paper rocks! Surely anything that’s considered to be the standard size for an entire country has some serious merit. Being that it’s a standard size, letter paper has just about every kind of permutation thinkable for a sheet of paper. A mix of colors? Check. Recycled and non-recycled variants? Double check. Finishes as far as the eye can discernably see? Triple check. So don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, (and so does 8.5 x 11 paper).