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Comfort Max motorcycle gel pads

American Motorcycle Specialties, USA announces a new addition its innovative line of Comfort Max Gel Pads. The new Ortho-Deluxe gel pad is designed to offer today’s riders unparalleled comfort on any bike, or any style of riding.

Joe McNeil, President of American Motorcycle Specialties stated, "We narrowed the pad in front so that it won’t cause riders to spread or raise their legs while delivering uncompromised riding comfort on big bikes. As with our old design, an orthopedic notch in the cushion relieves pressure on the tail bone. The gel pad’s unique cut-out section eliminates painful pressure on the tailbone and helps your spine relax." Designed for large cruiser and touring riders, the Ortho-Deluxe gel pad measures 18" x 17" long.

At the core of the Comfort Max Ortho-Deluxe Gel Pad is an advanced Viscoelastic molded gel used in medical and sports applications. Its unique properties include the elimination of pressure points or "Hot Spots" which can cause rider discomfort. In addition to absorbing vibration, small bumps and road irregularities, it helps relieve back ache, fatigue, discomfort, soreness and numbness.

Comfort Max Gel Pads feature a unique, maximum grip bottom. This rubberized surface prevents the pad from sliding off the seat and does not require the use of permanent straps. You just put the pad on the seat and ride away. When you make a stop, just take the pad with you or toss it in your saddlebag.

The new Ortho-Deluxe gel pad comes in a stretch vinyl or genuine sheepskin cover. The sheepskin cover provides increased comfort and allows air to circulate, virtually eliminating perspiration. Four other sizes are also offered: Buddy Pad 11" x 7" wide, Medium Pad 12" x 12" x 5", Large Pad 14" x 11" x 8" wide front and the Jumbo 16.5" x 12" x 9" wide front. MSRP $69.95-$124.95

For complete details and all available options call (800) 710-7237, go to the online secure shopping site… American Motorcycle Specialties, 2944 Salmon River Circle, Westlake Village, CA 91362.


 

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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