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Perfect for team travel!

Great for coaches, teams, families and spectators alike. It easily unfolds to create instant seating! It's a compact, affordable, lightweight portable bench that can seat three adults and/or youth athletes. Deeper, wider seating area for increased room and comfort. Sturdy mid-back support that is removable for custom imprinting. Easy to reach drink holders under each seat. Large mesh storage pouch attached to bench seat. Includes a carrying bag. Weather-resistant and durable. Open bench is 5 feet long. Heavy-duty steel frame holds up to 250lbs per seat. Each seat: 20" deep x 18" wide. 100% double-layer 600 denier polyester and steel. Imported. 13 lbs


¡Ideal para cuando viaja el equipo! Excelente para entrenadores, familiares y espectadores. Se desdobla fácilmente. Banca portátil ligera, compacta y a un precio accesible a la que le caben tres adultos o jóvenes. La base del asiento es más profunda, brind

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