Join Date: Sep 2010
The only way you can guarantee getting a saddle that fits you is to go to a customizer with your bike. I just did that this week. He started at 9 am and didn't finish until 7 pm. There's a lot of cutting, fitting, trimming and test riding before the cover goes on. I've gone the other route with Corbin and got a saddle that was worse than the one I was replacing. Only someone working with you there can make it fit right and tell you to never ride with a wallet in your back pocket. Yes, it will cost more, but the saddles I have had done the personal way I can sit on for over 600 miles and still do more in comfort. One size does not fit all. Diamond's friend with the Hammer was very lucky. Who knows, you might luck out too with a mail order one, but I wouldn't chance it.
2010 Midnight Cherry XR. 7Jurock, Lloydz AF, ATS, AFR tuned VFCIII, IAV, and T-6 and locally repacked pipes = big smiles. SOLD
to a dear friend, so it's still in the family."
2017 Spyder F3 Limited - keeps this old guy in the wind and riding with friends.
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