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Seward Trunk Collegiate Collection Wheeled Locker

Item# 268-MER091-1-AF | Model# 6113-26 | Added on September 17, 2015 |
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Seward Trunk Collegiate Collection Wheeled Locker
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Dimensions: 30L x 15.75W x 12.25H inches. Two recessed wheels. Nickel hardware and easy-to-open push button key lock. Choose from the available finish options. Wooden frame and heavy gauge vinyl covering. Keep that dorm clutter-free with the Collegiate Collection Wheeled Locker. This fun and incredibly long-lasting locker is great for storage and organization as well as hauling a large sum of your things to and from college in-between semesters. The durable wooden frame is covered in heavy gauge vinyl in your choice of finish with black high impact styrene binding and nickel hardware. There's a single plastic handle for convenient carrying and two recessed wheels that can do all the lifting for you. In addition to being dust- and moisture-resistant, the tongue and groove closure of this vibrant locker is assisted by a push button key lock for added security.About Mercury Luggage Manufacturing Co.Founded in 1946, Mercury Luggage Manufacturing Co. is a privately owned corporation headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida with a domestic warehouse and manufacturing space exceeding 300,000 square feet. In 1998 Mercury acquired Petersburg, Virginia based Seward Trunk Co., which has been providing customers with the best trunks in the industry for over 130 years. Seward trunks are skillfully crafted in America in a variety of designs and materials. Today, the partnership of Mercury and Seward has established itself as the premier supplier of high quality luggage, sports bags, and ... read more
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