Arched Back Park Bench

SKU CCW-36-029-00527
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  • Arched back design
  • Made of three heavy-duty steel pieces
  • 6 ft. long
  • 2 slat color options
  • 3 mounting options
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$1,238.95 $1,077.35

Product Overview

Extra comfort, style and elegance – the Arched Back Park Bench. The heavy gauge steel provides additional strength, stability and durability to this bench. The bench is designed with back and arms, featuring an arched back which adds to its comfort. It comes in two different colors, while custom colors are available for quantity orders.

Arched Back Park Bench
Surface Wedge Anchor


  • 6 ft. wide, 2 bases, 195 lbs
  • Made of three heavy-duty steel pieces
  • Ends fabricated from heavy gauge steel
  • Bench frame includes a hole for surface mount
  • Surface wedge anchor included
  • With back and with arms
  • Arched back design
  • Custom colors available for quantity orders
  • Ideal for parks, or any commercial or residential application



  • Material: Steel
  • Size: 6 ft.
  • Weight: 195 lbs.
  • Base: 2 bases
  • Hardware: Surface Wedge Anchor
  • Back Type: With Back
  • Arm Type: With Arms
  • Frame Color: Black or Green
  • Slat Color: Black or Green
  • Customizable? Frame and slat color


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