The GL-EXEC is the most luxurious chair in our premium seating range. With a supportive high back rest and a thick cushioned seat, it has been specially designed for maximum comfort. This elegant and ergonomically designed chair is the perfect choice for VIP and executive seats. It offers outstanding long-term comfort, support and build quality, and can even be supplied with heated seat and back pads for a supreme spectator experience.

Whilst this premium seat is often used in directors’ boxes, it also suitable for executive areas at training facilities. Ergonomic in design and with a thick contoured seat, this chair offers the ultimate comfort for your match day experience. It features fully welded steel construction, and the frames can be galvanised for improved weather resistance.


Key Features

Slim profile for easy access and egress
Silent operation gravity tip action
Fully welded steel construction
Galvanised, powder coated black metalwork
Upholstered in anti-fungicide treated vinyl
Available with arm rests
Optional seat numbers and row letters
Optional heated seat pad and back

Technical Information

500mm (W)
480-680mm (D)
1100mm (H)
Seat Material
Fabric, Leather, Vinyl
Frame Material
Galvanised mild steel
Spec Sheet
Coming Soon
Technical Drawing
Wide range available and can be colour matched to suit your requirements

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