There’s no doubt to the extent at which leather office chair gives an office a professional guise as compared to any other type of chair. They are mostly comfortable offering a stable posture to support you while working at the office. It is an important requirement that ay office chair offer you support to the lower back so you can work for longer hours and alleviate pain.
Since you want a chair that is not only presentable but also able to support you through the day at the office, selecting an ergonomic chair can be daunting. It is however easier with a good guide to help you through it.
Consider the seat height
Any office chair should have a seat height that is easily adjustable. Perhaps one with a pneumatic lever for adjustment is the easiest option to work with. Seat height of about 16” to 21” from the floor usually works best for many people. This will enable you have your feet flat on floor surface, with the thighs horizontal and the arms in an even position with desk height.
Depth and width of seat
Your selected leather office chair should have proper depth and width to offer support to any user in a comfortable manner. The standard width is usually 17 to 20”. The depth should be enough to allow you sit with your back against backrest of the chair leaving at least 2 or 4” between the seat and back of your knees. The chair should also have an adjustable forward or backward tilt.