The Aeron chair is an office chair designed in 1992 by Don Chadwick and Bill Stumpf. It has been called "America's best-selling chair" and is featured in the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection.
Aeron chairs are produced by Herman Miller. It is built for long stretches of sitting and a healthy sheen of stress sweat, the breathable mesh lets your back stay cool. The suspension on the seat and backrest keep you comfortable and supported throughout the day.
On the back of the seat is Herman Miller’s PostureFit SL: The SL stands for the sacral/lumbar region of your back—also known as the lower to middle back region. Two flexible pads on the Aeron support this region, so whether you find yourself sitting properly, hunched in concentration, or taking a quick nap, they will adjust to your new posture.
The seat-angle adjustment alleviated a lot of leg tension, as well as made you feel more productive with the forward sitting position. You unlocked the tilt limiter for the back rest to further stretch your legs and relax your spines.
As of 2016, Aeron quickly became the best-selling and most recognizable performance chair of all time—with over 7 million sold in 134 countries, the chair is a vital tool for users around the globe and holds a rightful place in popular culture.
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