Wednesday, 9 September 2020

New Product - Corbin Dual saddle for H-D Livewire


 

Dual Saddle

for Harley-Davidson Livewire




 

Comfort and style together in one package is what made the Corbin name famous worldwide. Delivering a quality product constructed of the finest materials available has made Corbin the number one manufacturer of motorcycle saddles for over fifty years! Our dual saddle for the Livewire is a perfect example of this combination of form and function.

Seating areas have been ergonomically designed to distribute body weight over a greater area. This provides longer-range support and eliminates hot spots. Neutralized seating platform helps to hold your body in place and curbs sliding in the saddle. This also helps to relieve rider fatigue by taking pressure off your wrists and knees.

 

For those chilly morning rides we offer the option of heated rider seating. We incorporate a heater unit under the leather seating and a switch on the left side of the saddle (so you can turn it on without removing your hand from the throttle). Just flip the switch and the seat will warm up and maintain temperature automatically. Corbin's heater comes completely pre installed in the saddle and you need only integrate the included pigtail. Rider and passenger seating is controlled via the one switch.

Corbin's saddle mounts similar to stock and includes hardware on the saddle so it's ready for immediate installation. If you opt for electric heat, a special wiring pigtail will also be included to integrate with your bike.

 

Proudly made in the U.S.A.

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The finest and most comfortable motorcycle saddles available. 

Manufactured with pride in the USA.

#HD-LW           Dual saddle for HD Livewire, No Heat        $533

 #HD-LW-E      Dual saddle for HD Livewire, with HEAT      $633

Corbin World Headquarters

2360 Technology Parkway

Hollister, CA 95023

831-634-1100 Tel | 831-634-1059 Fax

800-538-7035 Toll Free

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