Is this lockable?
University of Nebraska 30-inch Wheeled Foot Locker Trunk
Keep extra blankets, winter clothes, and more in this handy wheeled foot locker trunk. This trunk features the University of Nebraska Huskers logo, so its a great accent to your kids dorm room, as it will show off his team spirit and keep clutter out.
ITEM#: 14369385This trunk features an officially licensed University of Nebraska 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: Red/white/black
- Limited quantity: Yes
- Officially licensed: Yes
- Weight: 19 pounds
- Wheeled: Yes
- Model: 5113-04 NB
|Model Number||5113-04 NB|
|Number of Luggage Compartment||2|
Questions & Answers
Hello huskerforever1967, Yes, it can be locked..you can also, add a small pad lock to this, it has a loop in the front center of the master latch. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
Hi, Do you make them plain? How do the look on th inside? Do they have a loft out shelf in the top? Regards,
Unfortunately we do not currently have any plain lockers instock, and we do not have an image of the inside at this time.
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