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Adjustable Seat Depth

 

ANSI standards require a waterfall front on your chair seat to insure circulation to the legs. This is because the main blood supply runs down the back of your legs and should not be pinched by the front of the seat. Proper circulation reduces the chances of fatigue and circulatory problems in the legs and feet.

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Adjustable Seat Depth

 

If your legs are long or short, a chair with an adjustable seat depth can provide proper leg support and ensure good circulation. To test if you have proper seat support, place three fingers between the back of the knee and the seat. If you don't have the recommended space or if you have too much space then an adjustable seat depth is recommended.