Ways to Outfit a Ski Lodge Locker Room
Is the locker room universal, or do different locations and activities require different types of locker rooms? This is a question worth asking, especially when you’re pondering a locker room in a ski lodge. How can you design your locker room to better accommodate skiers and snowboarders?
Of course, the primary question is, where will skiers and snowboarders store all that gear? What most of us think of as traditional lockers are certainly not large enough for the equipment necessary for these winter sports. Legacy Lockers Model A-1 locker, however, is 84 inches high. That’s a perfect size for storing skis, poles, gloves, boots or snowboards. If you’re looking for a smaller locker to simply hold ski boots and gloves, we have that covered too, with our model D-4 lockers.
These attractive ski lodge lockers are designed with functionality in mind. They can be configured with a drip pan at the bottom of the locker or a peg plate on the side of the locker that holds skis vertically. They can even be constructed entirely from waterproof materials. If you prefer the look of our standard materials, we can caulk them on-site for improved water-tightness.
While you’re configuring your ski lodge lockers, you might want to give some thought to the type of lock you use. It may not be convenient for your guests to carry padlocks into the lodge, so a keyless locker might be a better choice. At Legacy, we offer several different keyless options, from a built-in combination lock to locks that use four-digit codes, to locks that work on radio frequencies.
Whether you’re outfitting a ski lodge or updating the locker room at your health club, Legacy Lockers has exactly what you need to create the perfect space for your clientele. Having created beautiful wooden lockers for decades, Legacy Lockers continues to impress customers with not only our craftsmanship, but also our outstanding customer service. To find out more about Legacy Lockers, connect with our online community by liking us on Facebook or following us on Twitter; or visit the website for a free estimate or to learn what Legacy Lockers can do for you.