Motorcycle Types Cruiser Corbin Dual Touring Saddle for Harley Street Glide Trike

Corbin Dual Touring Saddle for Harley Street Glide Trike

Corbin Dual Touring Saddle for Harley Street Glide Trike

Corbin has released a Dual Touring Saddle for 2009-2013 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Trike motorcycles. The seat is designed specifically to fit the Trike and provide the greatest ergonomic advantage for touring quality support.

Wide, sculpted seating positions create a larger area of contact for excellent weight distribution. The seat is also haped like your body to eliminate pressure points and give long lasting support that will keep you in the saddle all day.

Corbin’s rigid Fibertech basepan provides a perfect fit and is built low to hug the frame and conceal the gaps in the bodywork for a clean look. Corbin created a foam shape that keeps you in the sweet spot which provides a more positive feeling of control.

Deep, supportive bucket design gives four and a half inches of vertical support. Passenger seating area has also been maximized for a greater area of body contact and best weight distribution. All of this adds up to a very relaxed posture and comfortable ride so you’ll be able to go out and put some serious miles on your ride.

Inside, Corbin’s exclusive Comfort Cell foam provides firm support that stays resilient indefinitely. It is nearly twice as firm as the stock foam to support your body weight. Soft foam allows your body to fall through it the longer you sit on it… once compressed, soft foam offers no resilience and you start to experience discomfort. That’s why Corbin always says “firm is a good thing!”

Both seating areas are designed to work with an optional Corbin backrest for added comfort and support. Use a single backrest transferred front to back as needed or order two for full time use. Corbin backrests are fully adjustable to fit a wide variety of statures and riding postures with a variety of backrest models available to suit your taste. A spring loaded fold down feature makes it easier to mount the bike.

Dual Touring saddle offers the option of electric seat heaters for an added bit of luxury. Wiring easily into your Street Glide, the Corbin seat heaters are controlled via conveniently located switches along each seating position on the left side. Two heat settings are available and are maintained automatically by integrated controller.

You just wire in the Corbin supplied pigtail and enjoy the warmth on those chilly morning rides. 

All components include genuine leather seating inserts for a truly luxurious ride. For a very classy and subtle touch Corbin recommends their standard natural grain leather seating with coordinating vinyl sides.

They prefer leather seating because it is durable, will breathe with your body and adapt with the foam shape as it breaks in. Vinyl side panels help to support the foam shape and keep the cover looking nice longer. A wide variety of color and texture options are available by special order at no additional charge.

2009-2013 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Trike Corbin Dual Tour Saddle MSRP:

  • Dual Tour Saddle – $633
  • Dual Tour w/ Heat – $793
  • Ovalbac Leather Backrest – $218 (each)

For additional information, visit Corbin.com.

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