BucksTherapy Posted April 7, 2007 Share Posted April 7, 2007 I had tried the stock seat and I have tried a Corbin. I concluded I wanted something different. There is a company in Newfoundland Canada that rebuilds the stock seat as you see in the attached pics below. I have this seat and it is unconventional in that the leather surface is not glued to foam but rides on sheepskin which lays on gel. Newfoundland saddlery gave me the option of having sheepskin down the sides and I did but if I was to do it again I would just have them put sheep skin under the seating area. This would keep the seat narrower near the front. I was pleasantly surprised to find the overall seat height ½” less then stock and no slope to the front. This seat is the nicest I have spend a day on in 30 years of riding. The combination of gel, sheepskin and soft leather works like nothing else I have experienced. Link to comment
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