AB Aztec Collection



Introducing the AB Aztec Collection inspired by the walls in Cusco, Peru, Capital of the Incans, which are more than 500 years old.  No need to learn the tricks of a new system.  AB Aztec uses the same installation steps and engineering calculations as the AB Classic and AB Europa Collections. The difference is in the smooth, molded face that is subtle but impressive.

New Look – Same Great Function

  • New smooth molded face look
  • Same block sizes as the AB Classic Collection and AB Europa Collection
  • Can be integrated in with the AB Classic and AB Europa Collections
  • Same easy installation process
  • The AB Aztec Collection is easy to install. These blocks dry-stack without mortar or footings. The hollow core feature makes them easier to handle and promotes good drainage behind the wall. The raised lip and notch lock each block in place and creates a natural setback. Use one block size or mix the different block sizes together in the wall to create a beautiful pattern. The AB Aztec Collection is right at home in residential settings where retaining walls 6’ and under are typically called for, and up to the task on larger retaining walls 6’ and over.

Shapes, Sizes, Colors, & Patterns

AB Aztec ClassicAB Aztec Classic
Setback 6″
Weight 75 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 12 x 18
Coverage 1 sq ft — approx 11 blocks per m2AB Aztec JuniorAB Aztec Junior
Setback 6″
Weight 35 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 9.5 x 9
Coverage o.5 sq ft — approx 22 blocks per m2AB Aztec Lite StoneAB Aztec Lite Stone
Setback 6″
Weight 35 lbs
Dimensions 4 x 12 x 18
Coverage 0.5 sq ft — approx 22 blocks per m2

AB Aztec Junior LiteAB Aztec Junior Lite
Setback 6″
Weight 18 lbs
Dimensions 4 x 12 x 9
Coverage 0.25 sq ft — approx 44 blocks per m2AB Aztec CapsAB Aztec Caps
Weight 55 lbs
Dimensions 4 x 12 x 18AB Aztec CornersAB Aztec Corners
Weight 55 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 16

St Helens (aztec)

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