Gladiator 1.14m Gearloft Shelf

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  • Maximum load/hook: 22kg
  • Dimensions: 1.14mm(w)x 420mm(h)x 510mm(d)
  • Item Number - GAWA45SFTG
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Heavy duty construction

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This deep shelf can be mounted below the brackets for bookend-style shelving or above them to create a continuous line of shelves. This is great for storing seasonal item such as camping equipment and esky’s up high. When storage needs change the shelf can be easily repositioned on Gladiator Gearwall and Geartrack. All shelves have a durable powdercoat finish.

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Storage Ideas

  • Tools
  • Boxes
  • Tubs
  • Buckets
  • Car care
  • Boots


Securely attaches to Gladiator® Wall Systems

The Gladiator® Steel Shelf uses a friction lock tab for secure attachment by engaging the upper groove of Gladiator® Wall Systems for safe, simple, and sturdy installation.


Hammered Graphite Powder coat Finish

The powder coating process on the hooks electrostatically bonds and bakes the protective coating to the bare metal, forming an effective barrier against corrosion.


Easily Relocate Without Tools

Can be easily hung and repositioned on any Gladiator® Wall System when storage needs change. No tools are necessary to reposition.


Built to last

Heavy duty steel construction provides structural strength and exceptional support.

Your garage shouldn’t be an obstacle course

If your garage is an accident waiting to happen, it’s best to act now. Getting everything up off the ground will be a weight off your shoulders, and will make sure that small fingers can’t get into big trouble.

Declutter and destress

Twenty years of stuff to declutter? Too easy. It’s time to sort your garage out once and for all with Gladiator.


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