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It’s in your best interest to keep your back straight, but desk jockeys spending 8 to 10 hours a day parked in fr...
It’s in your best interest to keep your back straight, but desk jockeys spending 8 to 10 hours a day parked in front of a computer screen can tell you that maintaining perfect posture is no easy initiative. So what’s a modern paper-pusher to do aside from the occasional yoga class? Here’s an idea: Splurge on a chair that’s actually comfortable and posture friendly.
“Oh, but the choices! How will I ever decide which seat is best suited for my sitting needs?”
Easy there drama queen: We’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of the best posterior resting spots that the free market can provide.
Herman Miller is the only brand that will appear twice on our list, but for good reason. These seating aficionados can make quite the comfy contoured cathedra. The Aeron clocks in at a pricey $1200 brand new, but it’s worth every penny. Its chic and unique design keeps your spine aligned even after hours of sitting. With 9 different customizable settings, it’s a chair that you can truly call your own.
The second HM product on our list, the Embody, is a slight upgrade on the Aeron. It has a spinal health-centered design that adjusts automatically to your shifts in movement, always evenly distributing your weight and keeping your spinal column on the straight and narrow. The Embody retails for between $1000-$1500.
Restless leg syndrome sufferers will love this one. The LimbIC chair literally never stops moving. With custom-fitted carbon-fibre shells that fit around each leg, the LimbIC is perpetually adjusting to your slightest stretch, twitch, or tremor without ever restricting your range of motion. Based on research by MIT super-scientists, this $8,500 recliner is an ergonomic wonder that supports spinal health and increased blood flow.
The same design firm that builds Ferrari and Maserati came up with a 1.5 million dollar chair infused with techno-gel, a revolutionary substance said to reduce sitting fatigue by up to 60%, and covered in Dynatec, a material designed to keep Olympic athletes from overheating. This one is worth mentioning for its price tag alone, but the Aresline Xten is undoubtedly the king of office chairs.
The Leap is a bit more on the affordable side. Coming in between $700-$1100 new, these chairs provide flexible comfort, airy breathability, and a high degree of customization. For practicality and applicability, it’s hard to beat a Steelcase Leap.
What list is complete without a Swedish entry? Ikea brings in the most affordable and practical office chair with the Markus. It still enforces good posture with its simple high-backed design, and its mesh back offers breathability. The Markus has everything you really need for the extremely reasonable price of $199.
Good luck, and happy shopping!