Classic Aeron Leather Armpad Pair
Leather Armpads add a touch of sophistication to the Classic Aeron Chair. Compatible with both stationary or adjustable arms on Classic Aeron chairs and stools, these leather armpads are available in two colors: Black or Smoke. Black leather replacement armpads complement the Graphite base and frame or Polished Aluminum base and Graphite frame options. Smoke leather armpads are recommended for Classic Aeron chairs or stools with a Titanium base and Smoke frame. Sold in pairs.
Please Note: The Leather Armpads for Classic Aeron is not compatible with the remastered version of Aeron.
An Official Herman Miller Retailer
We're an authorized Herman Miller retailer. This means we're official. We sell new factory-direct Lumbar Support Pad Kit for the Aeron Chair complete with Herman Miller's own warranty. You can purchase confidently from Office Designs knowing you'll be receiving genuine Herman Miller product.
Every Aeron Lumbar Pad Support Kit comes with an official 12-year, three-shift manufacturer's warranty. For more information, read the Herman Miller Warranty (PDF).
About Herman Miller
Founded in West Michigan in 1905, Herman Miller has grown to become a world-recognized furniture brand. As a design leader and furniture innovator, they’ve partnered with some of the most influential and iconic designers of the 20th century—designers like Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Isamu Noguchi, Alexander Girard and more. In doing so, they’ve produced pieces that have become classics of industrial design, many of which are featured on permanent display in museums like the New York Museum of Contemporary Art (MoMA).
Herman Miller continued that legacy in 1994 by partnering with designers Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick. They went about developing an office chair unlike any before it. Bringing together the latest in ergonomic research and design, they developed the legendary Classic Aeron chair, the best selling office chair in the world.
Today, Herman Miller continues that tradition of design forward thinking and innovation. Partnering with the next generation of industrial designers—such as Studio 7.5 and Yves Behar— as they tackle the ergonomic and anthropometric challenges we face in today’s modern work life.