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Office Chairs For Shorter People What To Look For?

If you are a smaller person and looking for an office chair that suits your body type and needs, there are several factors to consider when selecting the right chair.

Some important considerations for choosing an office chair for shorter people:

Seat height: Make sure the office chair you choose has an adjustable seat height so that you can put your feet flat on the floor and your knees can stay at a 90-degree angle. This helps to relieve tension and pressure on your lower back.

Seat depth: When choosing an office chair, it is important to consider the seat depth, especially if you are shorter than average. You want to make sure the seat isn't too deep so you don't have to lean too far forward to rest your back against the backrest.

Back support: The back of the chair should also be adjustable to support your lower back and stay comfortable while sitting for extended periods of time. Make sure that the height of the backrest can be adjusted according to your height, and that the angle and pressure of the backrest are adjustable.

Armrests: Choose an office chair with adjustable armrests that you can position at the correct height so that your arms and elbows are in a comfortable position and are not placed too high or too low.

Cushion and cover: The chair should also provide enough padding and support to keep you comfortable, especially when sitting for long periods of time. Choose a chair with upholstery that is soft and breathable so you don't get too hot and your skin can breathe.

See which chairs we recommend for shorter people

  1. Herman Miller Aeron size a
  2. Office chair 7109 – Gas spring 80mm
  3. Office chair 0299
  4. Office chair AND – Gas spring 80mm
  5. Office chair 2609 – Gas spring 80mm


When choosing one office it is important to keep your specific needs and preferences in mind to make the best choice. If you can't figure it out, we're happy to help you.

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