Four Slats Park Bench - 2’’ x 6’’ Slats

SKU CCW-36-029-00008
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  • Four 2” x 6” Resinwood slats design
  • Made of resinwood and recycled plastic
  • Available in 4 ft, 6 ft, and 8 ft; 105lbs, 160lbs, 210lbs
  • 6 color options
  • 3 mounting options
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$377.47 $328.24

Product Overview

The Four Slats Park Bench is made of Resinwood and recycled plastic, which provides strength and durability. Heavy duty, zinc coated hardware comes standard, while stainless steel hardware is available upon request. The Colonial Park Bench comes in three sizes and various different colors.

Four Slats Park Bench


  • Made of four 2’’ x 6’’ Resinwood slats and black recycled plastic bases
  • Heavy duty, zinc coated hardware
  • Stainless steel hardware also available
  • With back and without arms
  • Custom colors available for quantity orders
  • Ideal for parks, or any commercial or residential application



  • Material: Resinwood and recycled plastic
  • Size: 4 ft., 6 ft., or 8 ft.
  • Weight: 105 lbs., 160 lbs., or 210 lbs.
  • Base: 2, 3, or 4 bases
  • Hardware: Surface Elite Bolt, J-Bolt
  • Back Type: With Back
  • Arm Type: Without Arms
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Slat Color: Cedar, Green, Black, Gray, Blue, or White
  • Customizable? Size and slat color


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