Motorcycle Types Cruiser Corbin Releases Smuggler/Modular Seat for Honda F6B

Corbin Releases Smuggler/Modular Seat for Honda F6B

2013 Honda Gold Wing F6B Corbin Smuggler/Modular Seat

If you tour solo or commute on the 2013 Honda F6B, you’ll love this new Smuggler from Corbin. Artfully designed and color matched to your paint to give a totally integrated look, the Smuggler trunk provides over 17-liters of space that will hold most of your daily essentials…they’ll be right at hand without ever using the side bags.

The Smuggler radically changes the look of your F6B. It converts the bagger from a two-up touring bike into a stunning solo ride in just minutes.

Whenever you need to travel two-up, you just remove the trunk and swap in the rear seat for the ultimate flexibility and convenience! Just like Corbin’s front seat, the passenger area is sculpted for better weight distribution and long range support. It’s designed to work with the Honda passenger backrest system or with a variety of Corbin removable passenger backrests.

Up front, the enhanced ergonomics create a perch that provides long range comfort. Constructed from Corbin’s exclusive high-density Comfort Cell foam, the supportive saddle has a streamlined shape and exceptional looks.

Corbin’s wizards are masters at combining form and function into a saddle that makes you as happy to look at as it does to ride on. For those chilly morning rides, this Corbin seat has optional electric heat that operates with a conveniently located switch on the seat.

The Smuggler trunk provides a very clean look and gives excellent rider comfort up front. It was designed to follow the lines of the F6B and flow with the body for a deceptively small appearance.

Pop open the door and you have access to over 17 liters of locking storage. Use Smuggler for just about anything you want secure and have easy access to…items like iPads and Netbooks for work. You’ll find the Smuggler so convenient that it will quickly become your primary storage.

Slick details like the blacked out corners pick up the specific details of the bike and lend a bit more flair. Our patented molding process and exclusive materials create a part with very minimal variation from piece to piece. This allows Corbin the ability to design a very close fit to the bodywork. Smuggler is then hand-finished and custom painted with quality materials from companies like PPG and House of Kolor (varies by color selected).

Smuggler comes fully lined to help protect your cargo and cushion some of the road noise. Naturally, the door opening is fully weather stripped to guard against foul weather as well. Locking door keeps things secure and simple to access. Front saddle and Smuggler install on the bike with included brackets and into stock locations.

For additional information, visit Corbin.com.

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