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Footrests  (11 Product Groups)
Whether you're using a task chair or an executive chair, an office footrest is an essential chair accessory. Maintaining proper posture protects the back, minimizes pain, and supports the joints. Footrests help users keep their legs at the correct angle for back and joint protection. Other types of chair accessories maximize comfort and extend the life of a chair. Read More
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Ergonomic foot rests for healthy postures

Ergonomic foot rests make those long hours at the office comfortable for any staff member who sits at a desk. Comfortable employees equal productive employees. Foot rests relieve foot stress, with effects throughout the lower body. With sturdy construction and easy-to-clean materials, these simple tools pass the easy maintenance test that makes your life easier. Let your staff get custom foot positioning for lasting comfort that improves focus project after project.

Make sitting healthier

Foot positioning affects the pressure on the feet, which affects pressure on the legs, which affects pressure on the back. It's a chain reaction that has positive effects with a little ergonomic magic in the mix. A slight incline in foot positioning relieves pressure throughout the feet, legs and back. That's a fancy way to say your employees won't feel lower body strain, allowing them to be more productive. A foot rest keeps the blood flowing for increased circulation and aligns the body for proper posture. Your staff feels the improved comfort from head to foot.

position It right

Ergonomic foot rests typically include height adjustment so each employee gets the perfect fit. The vertically challenged on the payroll don't have to slide forward on the chair just to reach the foot rest, and taller staff members don't have their knees stuffed in the desktop from a too-tall foot rest. To give employees even greater control, stock the office with foot rests featuring tilt adjustment. There's no need to argue over gentle slopes or steeper angles when all your workers get to adjust their own foot rests.

Use an office footrest for comfortable work sessions

It's crucial to protect the legs and feet while setting up an ergonomic work space. Many chair accessories focus on the back, but making sure your legs are properly aligned can help every part of your body. An office footrest encourages proper weight distribution, reducing pressure on the feet and ankles. Some footrests move, allowing users to stay active and expend extra energy. This is also excellent for your health, since long periods of being sedentary can negatively impact your health. No matter your height, a footrest offers many ergonomic benefits. Most options are adjustable. This makes it easy to set the perfect angle for each user.

Comfort and support with chair accessories

The lower back is one of the first body parts to feel strain after a busy workday or a long stretch at a desk. Protecting the entire spine with a back support cushion is easy. Choose from a variety of materials to decide which option is best for your back.

  • Mesh for optimal airflow
  • Memory foam for spine protection
  • Polyester fill for general comfort

A high-quality cushion reduces strain on the lower back and shoulders, making every work day a little bit easier. For additional support, consider a seat cushion. These products cradle the hips and upper thighs, evenly dispersing weight and pressure, thus reducing the risk of pain and numbness.

Wheel caster options for easy movement

Many office chairs come with built-in casters for easy movement. This feature is important for those who often move to communicate with peers or navigate a large executive desk. For chairs without built-in casters, there are wheel caster options that accommodate all types of office seating. These products also work well to replace old, worn-out wheels. Heavy-duty metal casters can replace lightweight plastic casters for smooth, easy movement.