GL-LM

Description

Whether installed within stadiums or training grounds, the GL-LM offers superior comfort in dugouts and dressing rooms alike. Designed and manufactured in the UK, this classic style reclines for optimum comfort and features defined side cushions that reduce lateral movement when seated.

Available in a wide variety of colours and fabrics, the GL-LM offers ample branding opportunities and features a fully adjustable head rest, which can also be adorned with club and sponsor logos. As one of several optional extras, this model can even be fitted with a heated seat pad, for superior player comfort.

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Key Features

Height adjustable and fully detachable head rest for easy rebranding
Ergonomic design
Orthopaedic back rest and lumbar support
Available in wide range of fabrics including military grade vinyl finish
Low cut side cushions for easy entry and exit
Contrast piping options available
Bespoke waterproof cover available
Upgrade to dual-sided recline facility (shown above)

Technical Information

Dimensions
540mm (W)
620mm (D)
820mm (H)
Seat Material
Fabric, Vinyl, Leather
(others available on request)
Branding
Embroidery & Screen Printing
Spec Sheet
Coming Soon
Technical Drawing
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Colours
Black, Navy, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Brown, White, Orange, Pink, Purple, Turqoise

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