What is a USPS Priority Mail Tyvek Envelope?

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USPS Priority Mail Tyvek Envelopes are special envelopes for the USPS Priority Mail service to ship documents and other items that need to resist weather and other environmental conditions. Tyvek envelopes are discrete, free to order, and the perfect package to send documents, pictures, and other important items. The envelope is designed to withstand the rough nature of shipping while keeping your documents safe and secure.

Tyvek is designed with keeping your package safe and free of damage in mind. It resists moisture, puncturing, tearing and more. The material is stronger than most other options for sending documents, photos, papers, etc. 

Tyvek envelopes can be ordered from in packs of 10 for free. Check the product page for USPS Tyvek envelopes to learn more about them. 

Tip: When shipping Priority Mail Tyvek Envelopes, choose the (Custom) "Package" option from the Packaging menu in ShippingEasy. Learn more.


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