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Easily create and maintain a more organized locker space with the Extra Tall Stacking Locker Shelf. This locker organizer features a 12" tall profile that provides space to store books and binders underneath the shelf a convenient stackable design with multiple units and can fit in locker spaces up to 12" wide. Stackable Tall Wire Locker Shelf Features Heavy duty steel wire construction with a durable vinyl coating finish. Fits in standard locker spaces up to 12" wide. Extra tall design stands 12" tall and creates usable storage space for books and binders beneath the shelf. Stack multiple locker shelves together for even greater storage capabilities. Instantly creates a more organized and manageable locker space at school work the gym or locker room. Shelves are sold individually in your choice of color.
Flimsy, and doesn't sit right in my son's locker. Went back and ordered the non-folding shelf to replace it that I should have ordered in the first place. Read morePublished 27 days ago by L. Denning
I randomly got a pink one instead of black. Other than that no complaints I use it in my home bar to organize bottles underneath and put my bar tools on top of it.Published 1 month ago by Amy lee
use it in my gym locker. works great. keeps me organizedPublished 4 months ago by Cory and Kim Hamilton
it does the job as long as you don't move it around alot. It's flimsy construction causes it to break down inside the locker.Published 9 months ago by Reginald A. Hendricks