David (Glendora )
This seat is quality and has a nice, sleek, vintage look. I've had a number of riders ask me what brand it is. Don't be alarmed when you install it and the seat feels no more comfortable than the stock seat. Depending on how often you ride, it takes a little time to break it in. After putting about 10 hours in the saddle, it fits my butt like a glove. It relieves the pressure points of the stock seat and provides a substantial amount of lower back support. I highly recommend this product
DM (Las Vegas )
I ride a 2013 Triumph Thunderbird and upgraded the seat for a trip to Denver, CO from Las Vegas, NV. The seat surpassed my expectations. The Mustang Seat was easy to install, and I would buy this product again.
Brent Norris (Brazil )
Received the seat and started to put it on. Only came with one bolt, Missing 3 bolts. Went to hardware store matched up the bolt that came with it and bought the other 3 I needed only to find out 2 of the 4 holes were stripped out. Now I have to fix the stripped threads before I can finish installing it.
Jack (Oakhurst )
I recently wrote a bad review on the Saddleman seat I purchased for my Triumph America. I would like to resend some of the negative statements I made about this seat. I have since ridden the bike around 500 miles and the seat is getting more and more comfortable. I would still not call it the most comfortable seat I have ever had but I have high hopes for it getting better as I put more miles on it. Jack
Mexinadian (Calgary )
But comfortable isn't one of them. I have tried foam pads, but they didn't help at all. Then I had a beaded seat cover, but they get hard on the butt after a few hours (not to mention the snickering I had to endure). Then I got this. Now my butt smiles all day. I wanted to include a picture, but they all look like frowning.
Ron (Paradis )
This seat fits perfect for me. It allows me ride much more comfortable and longer especially on rough roads. I have one on my Sportster and one on my Classic.