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British Customs Low Solo Seat for Triumph America & Speedmaster

British Customs Low Solo Seat for Triumph America & SpeedmasterTriumph America & Speedmaster Low-Profile Solo Seat

British Customs gives Triumph America and Speedmaster riders a new solo seat option with the addition of a distressed brown leather cover for their Low Profile Seat.

Distressed brown leather joins three other available covers: black leatherette, black leather and black leather with flame embroidery.

British Customs knows that any motorcycle seat has to look good and be comfortable, and the Low Profile Seat delivers on both counts. The Low Profile seat was designed to be smaller and thinner than the stock version in order to accentuate the bike’s lines and bring out its natural beauty.

Enhancing the look of your bike does not mean you must sacrifice comfort. The British Customs Low Profile Seat is constructed of a fiberglass seat pan wrapped with foam and a gel insert to keep every rider comfortable in the saddle. The foam and gel offer big support with less material, while the shape ensures that a rider’s rear stays put, even under heavy acceleration.

The distressed brown leather option means that Triumph riders have even more choices when it comes to customizing. As with all British Customs parts, this seat bolts on easily using the factory hardware, so riders can get back to what matters most: riding.

British Customs Low Solo Seat for Triumph America & SpeedmasterBritish Customs Triumph Seat Features include:

  •     Lower saddle position
  •     Better support
  •     Stylish integration with the bike’s design
  •     No sliding, even under hard acceleration
  •     Proprietary gel insert
  •     Quick and easy bolt-on installation

Options and Pricing:

  •     Black Leatherette  |  $259.95
  •     Black Leather  |  $279.95
  •     Brown Distressed Leather (NEW)  |  $289.95
  •     Black Leather Embroidered  |  $289.95

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