Aside from offering ergonomic adjustability, the Raynor Ergohuman is a good looking office chair. Its polished steel frame and attractive design give the chair a clean, professional look. If you would like to take that look to the executive level, perhaps you should consider the leather models, the LE9ERG, with headrest, and the LE10ERGLO, without.
These two models come upholstered with attractive black leather and feature a padded seat cushion. Like all Ergohumans, they come with a good set of adjustments including height, seat depth and back cushion height. You can read more about the features of Ergohumans here.
The padding on the leather chairs is firm, so users in need of a softer seat might want to consider something else. It also raises the height of the seat about an inch versus mesh models, so short users are not advised to try this chair without a footrest. At 5’7”, I fit in the LE9ERG fine, but I would not recommend it for any male shorter than me. Females tend to have proportionally longer legs, so a woman about 5’5” with average leg length might be able to sit in this chair comfortably.
Whatever your flavor, the leather Ergohuman chairs offer the comfort of padding and the style of leather for your office.