The Innersleeve is technically the paper covering that is closest in contact to the surface of the recording. The term "Innersleeve" is synonymous with terms such as "dust sleeve", "liner" and "album liner". More often than not, an innersleeve is inserted into a jacket or some sort of outer packaging.

By default, all of our records are inserted into "Standard White Paper Innersleeves w/ Two Diecut Center Holes", but our standard options also include Polybags and Picture Disc Sleeves, Poly-lined Innersleeves, Black Paper Innersleeves (normal and poly-lined), as well as Printed Innersleeves. All of our options except the poly-lined sleeves are available with one center hole, two center holes, or no center holes, and most Innersleeves are available in a variety of custom shapes, stocks, finishes, loading configurations, printing, and other options.

Pirates Press also offers the Heavy Innersleeve (sometimes referred to as a "Discobag"). Heavy Innersleeves are manufactured from Carton Stock, and as well as the inside being a safe surface to be in contact with the disc, they are suitable to use as the outermost packaging for the vinyl record. They do not require any additional inside covering/sleeve for the vinyl record, so they are a great option for packaging your release when a "spine" is not required, especially for 7"s and EP's! (This is the standard sleeve used on most of our 7" package deals!)

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