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Boss NTR Executive Top Grain Leather Chair
$372.42
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Arrives by Feb 9 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Beautifully upholstered with top grain Italian leather
  • Overstuffed seat and back
  • Waterfall seat design eliminates leg fatigue
  • Hooded double wheel casters
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Specifications
Dimensions
27W x 28D x 45-48.5H in.
Weight
54 lbs.
59 lbs.
Material
Nylon
Leather
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Beautifully upholstered with top grain Italian leather
  • Overstuffed seat and back
  • Waterfall seat design eliminates leg fatigue
  • Hooded double wheel casters
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
  • Overall dimensions: 27W x 28D x 45-48.5H in.
What's Included
Chair
Description
Our Boss NTR Executive Top Grain Leather Chair pushes the limits of what a comfortable seating experience should be. NTR stands for “no tools required”, meaning the chair assembles within minutes without requiring anything but your hands. Beautifully upholstered using top grain Italian leather, it is the perfect addition to any office, study, or conference room. Additional features include an ergonomic design with efficient lumbar support, waterfall seating that eliminates leg fatigue, adjustable tilt tension control, and pneumatic gas lift seat height adjustment.
About Boss

William Huang, Boss Office Product's CEO, established the Los Angeles-based company in 1990. The company began as an importer, distributing Taiwanese-crafted chairs to retailers and dealers throughout the United States. A year later, in 1991, Boss became the first US office chair distributor to establish manufacturing facilities in China, a major step forward for the company, which now has distributors around the globe. In 2003, Boss was ranked as one of Inc. Magazine's 500 fastest growing private companies in America. That tremendous growth continues today, as Boss continually delivers exceptional office products to companies around the world.

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