L-Shaped Wood Park Bench - 60 In.

SKU CCW-38-029-01141
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  • Round-design cast aluminum poured in permanent molds
  • Wood rails
  • 60"L x 25 5/8"W x 30.5"H and 65lbs/80lbs
  • 9 frame color options
  • 3 mounting options
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$468.54 $390.45

Product Overview

The L-Shaped Wood Park Bench is made of steel, which makes it durable and long-lasting. It features wither white oak or ipe made slats. The armrest does not come standard, but it is available upon request. This bench comes in a polyester powder finish and numerous colors.

Includes:
L-Shaped Wood Park Bench

Features:

  • Made of steel
  • Slats made of white oak or ipe
  • Polyester powder finish
  • Designed with back; armrest available upon request
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • Used in parks and many more settings

 Color Option

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: 1⅜" O.D x 1/16" round steel pipe 2½" x 3∕16" flat steel
  • Slats Material: White Oak or Ipe
  • Size: 48’’, 60’’, or 80’’
  • Slats Size: 2½" Wide x ¾" Thick
  • Weight: 50 lbs., 65 lbs., 80lbs., 85lbs., or 100 lbs.
  • Back Type: With Back
  • Arm Type: Armrest available at an additional cost
  • Finish: Polyester Powder
  • Color: Black, White, Green, Tan, Dk. Brown, Dk. Green, Bronze, or Blue
  • Customizable? Size and color

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