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Metal Sports Lockers

October 3rd, 2017 by

Our Metal Sports Locker with Foot Locker and Security Box offers plenty of space for bulky equipment – plus a separate area for shoes and securable storage for valuables. Sturdy perforated steel stands up to heavy use while allowing for ventilation. Keep smaller items on the upper hat shelf and use the steel coat rod for hanging uniforms and jackets. Assembled and unassembled units available in two sizes.

Metal lockers have many uses in schools and sports arenas and locker rooms along with many other places like amusement parks, skating rinks etc. Our Metal Sports Lockers are made of the highest quality materials and brought to you at factory prices. We guarantee your satisfaction with the craftsmanship of our lockers which are manufactured in the USA. Contact XPB Lockers  today for pricing and scheduling information.



Wooden Sports Lockers

September 4th, 2013 by
Open Access Sports Locker

Open Access Sports Locker

XPB Locker & Supply have a line of Wooden Sports Lockers that are ideal for all colleges, universities, pro teams, high schools and all team sports. You can find our open access athletic wood lockers in locker rooms of the top athletic programs or your local high school. Team lockers are important for any locker room. It gives the athletes their own place to store their belongings and keep organized. Click here for more information for wooden sports lockers.

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What types of Sports Lockers work best for Athletic Equipment?

November 24th, 2012 by

Full-length, single tiered sports lockers are the best choice for athletic equipment. This is due to the simple fact that only a locker that stands as tall or as taller than a person is large enough to contain some of the larger pieces of equipment that athletes use in various games.  Baseball bats, hockey sticks, and football pads are simply too bulky to store in more compact locker spaces.  Lockers used by league teams and professional athletes should preferably have additional storage areas located at the top of the unit and the bottom of the unit.  These storage compartments should be locked so that valuables and other personal items can be secured while the athlete is at practice or at a game.

The most popular sports lockers that fit these requirements are the open access lockers found in our inventory. Open access lockers resemble closets in the way their interior space is configured.  At the top, you have a shelf that divides the upper section of the locker into a small cubby that is ideal for storing smaller pieces of equipment, such as baseball gloves, a basketball, or an extra pair of shoes and socks.  The main vertical section stretches below this cubby area.  It normally has at least one or two hooks on which to hang uniforms.  Many models also have a curtain rod that allows uniforms and day clothes to be neatly hung so they will not become wrinkled.

In places where large vertical space is needed for storage, but where an enclosure of some kind is either necessary or desirable, organizations may want to consider single-tiered sports lockers made from solid plastic. Solid plastic is perhaps the most vandal resistant type of material currently on the market.  It is not as easy to scratch or cut as many people assume.  It never dents and it never rusts, which makes it one of the most versatile materials in terms of applications.  It is commonly used in very humid environments that could easily damage wood finish or rust metal over a period of time.  Plastic lockers feature doors that can be locked so that personal storage is secure.  Also, they are ventilated so that interior contents remain dry.

In some cases, metal single tiered lockers can be used for athletic equipment storage. Typically such environments would be rural schools, or they would be facilities that operated on a limited budget.  Metal lockers are well ventilated and offer plenty of storage space.  They can also be locked and secured like other enclosed sports lockers so that personal items remain secure during practice and game play.

XPB Lockers carries a wide variety of steel metal lockers, plastic lockers, USPS mailboxes, and commercial bathroom partitions installed nationwide. If you can not find what you are looking for call us toll free at 1-877-483-9270 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1-877-483-9270 end_of_the_skype_highlighting and we will find it for you. Our home office is located in New Braunfels, Texas with warehouses located throughout the United States that enable us to service all 50 states including New York NY, Los Angeles CA, Miami, FL. Chicago, IL. Denver CO., El Paso, Texas, Dallas TX, San Antonio, TX, Austin, TX, Houston, Texas, Boise ID, Atlanta GA, Albuquerque NM, Raleigh-Durham NC, Washington DC, Albuquerque NM, Huntsville AL, Fayetteville AR, Norfolk VA , Madison WI., Corpus Christi, TX, Plano, Texas, Garland, TX, Laredo, Texas, Lubbock, TX


Solid Wood Open Access Sports Locker

June 18th, 2010 by

1) Do Solid Wood Open Access Sports Lockers have any method of securing valuables?

Yes, the Solid Wood Open Access Sports Lockers have an upper compartment with a door and hasp that will accommodate a combination lock or padlock. It is ideal for securing small valuables.

2) What is the basic size of Solid Wood Open Access Sports Lockers?

Most Solid Wood Open Access Sports Lockers are six feet in height and two feet in width. The depth can vary from 16 to 24 inches.

3) What does “open access” mean for Solid Wood Open Access Sports Lockers?

Open access means that the locker face is open and there are no large doors. This reduces locker room congestion and improves ventilation.

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