The Huss Reclining Chair comes standard with Mahogany finish and #9 Natural Brass nails although you can choose from any of our wood and decorative nail finishes at no upcharge. This chair features a semi-attached back and HR Foam seating. Power recline option is available at an upcharge.
||36" 36 INH
||39" 39 INH
||42" 42 INH
||82.6 lb 82.6 lb
||44.22 cu ft
||Pushback recline is standard
Power Button available with upcharge
Power button with battery pack available with upcharge
||Standard Mahogany finish. Other finishes available at no additional cost.
||Please note that the printed dimensions are approximate and could vary up to 2 inches since each style is handmade.
||The frame is engineered from the finest multi-ply, 7/8 inch laminated hardwood components that are precision machined for an exact fit. Mortise and Tenon joints are reinforced with cross-banding to create frames with superior dimensional stability.
||For quality tailoring and durability, the outsides are padded with strong bonded fibers.
||High Resilient -HR Foam- A high resilient polyurethane core cut to boxing size and wrapped in a layer of polyester fiber. The fiber-wrapped core is then topped with a channeled envelope generously filled with virgin polyester fibers encased in a down-proof muslin ticking providing a slow release of air for the occupant.
||Huss Reclining Chair
||Motion styles utilize a rigid bar spring unit that evenly distributes the weight load offering unparalleled seating comfort for our reclining chairs.
||Standard Nailhead Trim #9 in Natural Finish. Other decorative nailhead finishes available at no additional cost.
||Chairs, Arm Chairs
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