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Stadium Lockers, NFL Lockers, Open Access Stadium Lockers, Wooden Stadium Lockers Factory DirectThe best NFL lockers are the new open access, wooden stadium lockers.  These lockers feature a larger storage volume than competing locker types.  They allow the NFL player to store everything he needs in one place.  They also feature five specific storage areas that allow the player to not only store all his equipment, but to keep it organized and ready to retrieve in a moment’s notice.

 

The best way to visualize just how perfectly suited this design is for an NFL locker is to see how a player can store each piece of his equipment in these special storage areas.  Keep in mind that there are many places where smaller pieces of equipment can be stored.  The following illustration, however, shows us one way a player can organize his gear in an open access stadium locker and have it right at his fingertips, ready for suit up.

 

The very top of the NFL locker is a flat shelf enclosed on both sides by the top side walls of the locker.  This top shelf is the best place for a player to store his helmet.  It provides plenty of room for the player to lay the helmet down without damaging the face mask or wireless receiver that it contains.  The top shelf is also large enough to store an extra pair of cleats, gloves, and an extra mouth piece if the player wishes.

 

The advantage this top shelf storage gives the player is that the last few things he needs to put on before hitting the field are right above eye level and right at his fingertips.

 

The second storage area in the NFL locker is actually two storage sections placed side by side.  One of these is a closed, locked security box where the player can store his wallet, watch, jewelry, or any other personal valuables.  The section next to this is an open cubby area.  It is approximately the same size as the security box, and it is ideal for several pieces of equipment that are both unique to NFL football and essential to safe, effective player performance.

 

Here, players typically store their wrist pads, mouthpieces, and gloves.  Some also store their neck pads, elbow pads, and forearm pads here as well.  Putting all of these pads in this area, though, can be a bit of a tight squeeze.  Many prefer to use the main open storage area to keep all their pads in one place.

 

This main storage area, by the way, is really the heart and soul of the NFL locker.  It is much like an open closet, complete with a coat hook and standard coat rod.  There is plenty of room to hang a jersey and set of pants neatly on one end of this rod.  This keeps the uniform fresh and wrinkle free, so that when players walk out on the field for the opening ceremonies, they look their very best in their uniforms.

 

So large is this open storage area that there is more than enough room for all the many pads that an NFL player has to wear.  The player can stack them to one side, near the back corner, so he can retrieve them from the top in the order he puts them on. 

 

The bottom section of the NFL locker is a foot locker that double functions as a player’s bench.  Obviously pro football teams have standard locker room benches as well, but this dual bench function does let the player turn around and sit down to adjust his cleats or socks if he needs to.  More importantly, this foot locker section is the best place for players to store their skull caps, thermal underclothing, muffs, hand warmers, and other cold weather game gear. 

XPB Lockers carries a wide variety commercial industrial sinkscommercial bathroom equipmentcommercial outdoor furniturebleachers, and industrial warehouse equipment delivered nationwide. If you can not find what you are looking for call us toll free at 1-877-483-9270 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 Orleans, La., Cleveland, Ohio, Kansas City, Mo., Mesa, Arizona, Virginia Beach, Va., Omaha, Nebraska, Oakland, California, Miami, Florida, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Houston, TX, Arlington, Texas, Beaumont, Texas, Denton, TX, McKinney, Texas, Midland, TX, Killeen, Texas, ALBQ, NYC, LA, MPLS.

This article was published on Sunday 26 June, 2011.



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