The Footlocker

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22-Gauge Steel of powder-coated steel with a matte finish.

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Brass padlock and loop hasp.

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The Footlocker

Keep this guy stowed as a soldier would, at the foot of your bed, or use it as a side table, blanket box, or large tool chest. The possibilities for this storage device are universal.


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Keep this guy stowed as a soldier would, at the foot of your bed, or use it as a side table, blanket box, or large tool chest. The possibilities for this storage device are universal.

Story

Drawing from military convention, we fabricated our footlocker in the USA from a powder coated steel, making it lighter and more durable than the plywood counterpart. Like the standard issue American military footlocker, we designed ours with a sliding interior tray, side grab handles, and a locking hasp. With a customizable brass data plate, and a solid brass lock, your personal items will be safe & sound inside the Best Made footlocker. Keep this guy stowed as a soldier would, at the foot of your bed, or use it as a side table, blanket box, or large tool chest. The possibilities for this storage device are universal.

Note: Interior sliding tray is designed to fit our 6" Strongbox.

Specs
  • Footlocker: 27”w x 13”d x 12”h
  • Tray: 26.25”w x 6.5”d x 2”h
  • Interior sliding tray, fits 6” Strongbox
  • Customizable brass data plate
  • Dual heavy-duty latch closure
  • Brass padlock with two keys
  • Fold-down side handles
Materials
  • Powder-coated steel, matte finish
  • Brass padlock, loop hasp
  • 22-Gauge Steel
Origin
  • Made in the USA
Notes
  • Please Note: Only 3 letters can be stamped onto the brass data plate.
In The Field

British Columbia, Canada. Winter, 2016. Photo by Christina Holmes.