Wooden open-access stadium football lockers are ideal for both academic and professional league teams. These lockers offer more storage volume than other types of lockers. Football players can store every piece of equipment in five specific storage areas. These areas give the player plenty of room to keep everything visible, accessible, and readily available when the time to suit up comes.
To see just how effective these football lockers, are, we take a moment to visualize exactly where a player can store each piece of his uniform and protective gear.
Beginning a the top of the football lockers, we have a wide, flat shelf where the player can store his helmet. The space here is wide enough for the helmet to be laid down in a space of its own with no damage to the facemask. Pro ball players also wear wireless communication devices in their helmets. The convenience of having a special spot just for the helmet helps ensure this equipment is not damaged by something else being crammed against the helmet.
Players also use this top shelf to store extra pairs of shoes, gloves, and their mouth guards.
Moving down the football locker, we have a second storage area which consists of two storage sections side by side. The first of these is a security box with a locking door. Players can store all of their valuables in this box.
The section right next to the security box is an open cubby. This cubby is about the same size as the security box. Players use this area to store wrist pads, extra mouth guards, and extra pairs of gloves. There is also room to store smaller pads for the elbows, forearms, and wrists. Players who like to drink water or sports drinks on the sidelines can also store a beverage in a container in this spot.
The most important feature of the football locker is its main closet like middle section. It is a spacious area that has a coat hook on the left sidewall and a coat rod running across the top. This coat rod gives the player all the room he needs to hang jerseys and pants. Practice uniforms and official game uniforms can be separated easily this way. The advantage to this is that when the big game comes, the official uniform has been kept fresh and wrinkle free, so the player can hit the field looking his best for the opening ceremonies.
The open middle storage area also has all the room that a football player needs to store his protective gear. The many pads that cover the various parts of his body can be neatly stacked in either corner so he can retrieve them, one by one, in the order they are needed.
The last section of the football locker is a foot locker with a closing door. This area can hold several pairs of shoes and socks. It is also the ideal place to store the special equipment needed for playing in cold weather. Items such as thermal underclothing, muffs, hand warmers, thermal socks, and cold weather cream can all be stored here.
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|This article was published on Monday 23 May, 2011.|
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