Retro Fitness Interiors

Locker Interior Options

Model A, Single-Tier Lockers

Suggested Usages: Can be installed in matching lines, or interspersed with smaller lockers, model-a lockers are a good choice where users have long items (coats, etc.) to hang, or where users will need to store both shoes and hanging items. Frequently found in country clubs and higher-end fitness facilities.

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Hollman Standard: upper shelf, coat rod, coat hook, shoe shelf


Double shoe shelf


Accessory cubbies and double shoe shelf


Side shelves and double shoe shelf


Lock box, accessory cubbies, and double shoe shelf


Model B, Double-Tier Lockers

Suggested Usages: The most popular choice for fitness clubs, these lockers provide ample storage for gear as well as the option to hang shirts and coats.

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Hollman Standard: coat rod, coat hook


Hanging cubbies


Side shelves


Side shelves with lock box



Models C-F, Multi-Tier Lockers


 Model Z, Combined-Height Storage

Suggested Usages: Smaller sized lockers, popular for spinning facilities, yoga studios, and corporate fitness centers


Suggested Usages: Combination height lockers are popular in more formal facilities where users need to hang coats including country clubs and high-end fitness clubs.

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Hollman Standard: coat hooks


Hollman Standard: clear storage


Hollman Standard: coat rods and hooks


Wallet cubbies

Side shelves