The Next Generation in Boat Seating
The new Aergo seat was desiged to be comfortable in any position. Angled back and cut-out allow the user to get a comfortable back angle in any seating position.
- Arm cap is angled in to keep arms in seat
- The back of seat is pushed back to allow more seating area in the seat pan
- A recessed arm area allows user to swing their leg over the side of the seat when turning to look behind the boat and the flip-up bolster allows additional height when trying to get the boat on plane
Aergo also possesses a feature that you expect in Attwood premium seating, the 4-G Mesh SAS Shock Absorbing System that absorbs up to 4-G's of shock.
- If foam is too thick, the body "swims" without support, and movement is restricted
- If the foam is soft or thin, it "bottoms out," leading to discomfort or injury
- On Attwood seats, the right amount of sculpted foam enhances the comfort and support already designed into the ergonomic contour
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