High Back Office Chairs
Office chairs that are considered to have a “high back” have backrests that extend all the way up to the user’s upper back and shoulders. Some high back office chairs are even designed to support the neck and head. These chairs are typically used by executives and managers. The high back chair is often used to convey the status of the user and their position in the company. High back chairs are good for non-intensive activities when the user has the time to take a moment to lean back and relax. Most executive high backs are upholstered in leather but many mesh high back chair designs are becoming popular with executives.
Mid Back Office Chairs
Mid back chairs feature backrests that offer support to the middle portion of your back or in some instances the upper back. Mid back office chairs are widely used in office settings due to their versatility for numerous users and their comfort for various applications. Mid back chairs will usually offer good support and are great for occupations that require long hours in the same chair.
Low Back Office Chairs
Task chairs often feature a low back design which offers support to the lower to middle portion of your back. These chairs are the most versatile out of the 3 different types. Low back chairs are great for tasking activities but generally do not offer the proper support for long hours. Low back office chairs are great for occupations in which the user will be in and out the chair throughout the day.
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