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Shelves for Every Locker!

Check out the first customizable, single and double shelf locker system designed to fit single and double-tier lockers like actual built-in shelving! Available in six sizes (7.5, 9, 12, 15, 18 and 24-inches), LockerShelf can be adjusted to fit any locker! Plus, they're made out of recycled material that's super-strong to hold all your heavy stuff!


Locker Luck

LockerShelf's cool design and precision-cut grooves make installing them in >your locker really easy. Plus, they're really strong and very secure - no buckling under the weight of even your heaviest textbooks. Whether you choose two shelves or three, the LockerShelf can be installed in five different ways. Check them out at www.lockershelfco.com/product-info.


Technical Stuff

The LockerShelf comes in two models; a single shelf 14-inch tall model and a double shelf 26-inch tall model. Both are available in all the [kwlink standard locker widths of 7.5, 9, 12, 15, 18 and 24-inches. Pricing starts at $14.99 for the single shelf and $19.99 for the double shelf. Each LockerShelf is packaged in a heavy duty box with handle and easy to read installation instructions on the back of the box. And, the LockerShelf comes with a fit guarantee: if it doesn't fit your locker, you'll get replacement shelves free of charge (you have to pay for shipping, though).


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