Can I get a trunk custom made, different college?
University of Florida 30-inch Wheeled Foot Locker Trunk
This wheeled foot locker trunk is decorated with the logo of the University of Florida Gators. Its features room for storage, and a durable construction that is great for securing your items. The trunk also has four wheels so it can be easily moved.
ITEM#: 14369386This trunk features an officially licensed University of Florida logo. The rolling footlocker has a durable wooden construction, heavy gauge vinyl covering, black high impact styrene binding, heavy hardware and durable in-line wheels.
- Material: Wood, vinyl, styrene
- Dimensions: 12 inches high x 30 inches wide x 16 inches deep
- Color: Orange/green/blue/white
- Limited quantity: Yes
- Officially licensed: Yes
- Weight: 19 pounds
- Wheeled: Yes
- Model: 5113-02 -FLA
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Hello shu26, No, we are not set up for customer made items, however, there are a number of schools represented. If we no what school you are interested in, we can research further. Thank you for your question.
How much weight can this trunk handle? Do you think it is safe to carry fragile items with this, especially on flights?
This item is a piece of furniture used for Storage / Collector?s item. We do not think this item would be safe for fragile items and a lot of movement in transporting items. As we all know the airlines can be rough with luggage / packages. So, in answer to your question, no I would not recommend it.
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