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Tuesday 1 November 2022

Corbin Saddles

Dual Touring Saddle for Pursuit and Challenger

Designed especially for the 2022 Indian Pursuit or for the 2020-2022 Challenger with an Indian trunk added, Corbin Saddles has maximized the seating area and positioned the rider bucket in the sweet spot to offer the best possible ergonomics and long range comfort.
Sculpted seating platforms conform to the shape of the rider's body to give more square inches of even support and eliminate hot spots and pressure on the tailbone. Neutralized seating platforms help to hold the body in place and curb sliding in the saddle. This also helps to relieve rider fatigue by taking pressure off the wrists and knees. 

"Our exclusive Comfort Cell foam material on the inside provides a firm, resilient ride that supports the body indefinitely. Over time, Comfort Cell will break in and adapt to provide a personalized fit to the rider's body.
"Bucket shaping of the front seating area gives an unprecedented amount of body support. Notice how it curves up at the back to provide six inches of support to the lower back. Towards the front of the bucket, we design the saddle narrower to allow for ground reach.
"This dual touring saddle accepts a single bolt install, adjustable backrest in the rider's seating area that adjusts to provide a tailored fit to the rider's posture. The backrests are available in several styles to suit tastes, but we have found the #BR Ovalbac (shown) to provide the right blend of clean visuals and rider support. 

"It gives you an additional nine inches of vertical support and is sculpted to fit the shape of the back. Covered with genuine leather to match the saddle, they are also built up with Comfort Cell foam for long lasting comfort. At the rear we offer a variety of finishing plate options. Our standard plate is a black leather look, but we also offer a smooth, paintable model or can supply one pre-painted gloss black."
Corbin's Dual Tour has the option of electric seat heaters, with rider and passenger areas that are controlled independently via conveniently located switches in the left side panels. The seats plug directly into wiring that exists on the motorcycle for simple integration.