Corbins Latest Saddle Can Run Hot and Cold!

Like a lyric from a classic love song, Corbin have a new saddle that will make a biker feel loved rain or shine. The American manufacturer is riding out is the World’s first production heated and cooled motorcycle saddle.

Corbin promises the fully self-contained saddle is simple to install offering ‘Simplicity, Form and Function’.

With just a couple of fans and some clever application Corbin have included both heat and cool in the same saddle without pumps, compressors or fluids. The cooling effect is affected by ambient temperature and how well the system works is seen in tests conducted by Corbin. When testing the seat, the room temperature was 74 degrees and it took just a few minutes to cool the seating surfaces down to a chilly 63 degrees. According the saddle maker, in continued tests, the system quickly cooled the surface 10-15 degrees below ambient temperature.

On the heat side the saddle thermostatically tops out at approximately 110 degrees.

This latest saddle enjoys the same benefits as Corbins original Dual Tour saddle with generously sculpted seating panels for maximum support. This model is specially designed to fit the 2009 and up Electra-Glide, Road Glide and Street Glide models. The lower chassis used for Harley’s 2009 and up Baggers allows for wide, sculpted seating positions create a larger area of contact for excellent weight distribution.

Needed Parts Numbers

  • Part # HD-FLH-9-DT-FI
  • Dual Tour saddle with Heat & Cool 2009-2017 H-D Touring models
  • M.S.R.P $993

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