As Okubadejo explained, while you want a strong supportive chair, you also want some buoyancy, ensuring ample support for the lumbar spine. "Most of the support should center around the lower back with a shape that's in line with each individual's anatomy," he said. "The curvature of the support should be lordotic
to match the body's natural shape."
With a flexible and adjustable lumbar cushion that fits to the natural curve of your spine, the Autonomous ErgoChair Pro can be a good option. It's a totally adjustable chair with a recline and five lockable positions.Promising review:
"I have gone through a lot of chairs, two gaming chairs, two office chairs. and now finally autonomous. I love this product with a passion. My back would almost always hurt thanks to the gaming chairs I had gotten. The office chairs usually had a weird mesh like material for the seat so it would often hurt my rear end. this chair is both comfortable on the seat and on my back. it provides a nice support along with amazing comfort." — Francesco B