Executive armchair / contemporary / fabric / plastic LEAP

Executive armchair / contemporary / fabric / plastic LEAP Steelcase


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  • Material:

    fabric, plastic, leather, steel

  • Options:

    with headrest, adjustable-height, upholstered, with armrests, ergonomic


A perfect fit with an exceptional range of adjustments, the Leap office chair delivers full support for various body shapes and sizes.

Leap incorporates a number of unique ergonomic features as a direct result of our user research discoveries.These features help make Leap as dynamic and supple as the human spine.
Benefits + Features

The flexible backrest ensures that the back is always fully supported.
The separate upper and lower back controls can be adjusted to provide full support to any user.
The dynamic seat takes the pressure off the lumbar vertebrae when reclining.
The optional headrest relieves pressure in the neck.

A Unique Medical Study

At Steelcase, we constantly invest in user research as part of our product design process. Leap was inspired by four key discoveries revealed in a unique global medical study we conducted over four years with 732 users.

The spine doesn’t move as a single unit.
Each individual’s spinal motion is unique.
The upper and lower back regions require different amounts and different kinds of support.
When you lean backwards, your pelvis moves forward.

We believe the only way to provide the best office furniture solutions is to ensure they’re the best products for the environment. That’s why every step of the way – through design, manufacturing, delivery and product lifecycle – we consider the impact of our work on people and on the environment and uncover opportunities to make things better.


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