Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Mirra chairs sport new colors, enhanced-comfort AireWeave fabric

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AireWeave follows the body's contours and distributes pressure evenly. A new, more supportive weave means even greater long-term comfort.

The popular Mirra chair line continues to extend its appeal on two fronts: color choices and comfort.

Now available are three new, more color-saturated choices - graphite dark, blue fog dark, and cappuccino dark - for AireWeave, the chair's breathable seat-suspension fabric.

3Q11 Graphite3Q12 Shadow3Q13 Citron
3Q11 Graphite3Q12 Shadow3Q13 Citron
3Q14 Felt Green3Q15 Blug Fog3Q16 Cappuccino
3Q14 Felt Green3Q15 Blue Fog3Q16 Cappuccino
3Q17 Terra Cotta3Q20 Alpine7Q01 Graphite dark
3Q17 Terra Cotta3Q20 Alpine7Q01 Graphite dark
7Q05 Blug fog dark7Q06 Cappuccino dark
7Q05 Blue fog dark7Q06 Cappuccino dark

AireWeave itself, which follows the body's contours and distributes pressure evenly, has also been enhanced. A new, more supportive weave means even greater long-term seated comfort for Mirra users.

Mirra orders with ship dates on or after September 19 will be produced with the new AireWeave.

Wayne Baxter, senior product manager, compares the enhancements to a model year changeover for an automobile.

"After two years, it was time to update the Mirra line," he says. "The new colors and AireWeave are completely compatible with existing Mirra chairs. They work well together - and look great, too."

He notes that all Mirra AireWeave colors have been enhanced for a richer look.

With the color additions come two deletions. Due to low sales volumes, lime and tangerine are no longer available as AireWeave choices. That means that Mirra now offers a total of 12 color choices.

A&D offer. From now until November 11, 2005, A&D firms can purchase Mirra chairs for 67% off (limit of 20 chairs per A&D location). These chairs are only for the firms' use and are not for resale. Contact us for details.

For more information visit our Mirra Chair page at: http://www.bfionline.com/mirra/

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