Futura Burgundy Leather Pushback Recliner

Futura Burgundy Leather Pushback Recliner

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Futura Burgundy Leather Pushback Recliner

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Exclusively designed for special moments of leisure and relaxation, this Burgundy Leather Pushback Recliner is sure to provide satisfaction. The plushy split back and cushioned seat of this recliner provide exquisite comfort, and you can recline the backrest and extend the footrest for complete relaxation. This traditional-style recliner is adorned by rich leather upholstery and tapered leg construction, while the rolled armrests with pleats create its unique stylish look which complements your living room design. Available in other colors.

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  • Name: Burgundy Leather Pushback Recliner
  • SKU: LR8173400
  • Collection: Burgundy
  • Vendor: Futura
  • Comment: Price may vary based on option(s) selected.
  • Dimensions: 39"L x 40"D x 38"H
  • Cushion: 2.2 density foam
    Polyester filled pillow top seat cushion
    Polyester wrapped back
  • Cover: Top grain/split grain
    Corrected grain
    Semi-aniline dyed/Lacquer top coat
  • Frame: Kiln dried hardwoods/plywoods
    Stress joints corner blocked
    Screw in legs
    3/8' plywood wrapped frame
    Removable backs for easy delivery
    250 lbs. max capacity for reclining pieces
  • Springs: Nylon webbing
  • Origin: Made in China
  • Recom­mended Care: As shown leather: Professional cleaning recommended. Occasionally wipe leather with a soft dry cloth. Dab wet or greasy spills with a soft, dry cloth. Clean and condition leather a minimum of 4 times a year.
    Jordan's Furniture recommends purchasing our Furniture Protection Program.
  • Warranty: 2 yrs leather against defects
    Lifetime frame from factory defects
    5 yrs springs from factory defects
    2 yrs seat cushions from factory defects
    1 yr recliner mechanism from factory defects