Roland Sands 2-Up Boss Seat For Harley Sportster 2004-2016
Rsd 2 up BOSS
Great looking seat and has enough comfort for a sportster seat triple diamond stitch really brings out that old Skool yet modern look !
September 26, 2015
Boss seat looks and feels good. Quality is great. Prices is not. No complaints from riders. You wont be dissapointed.
September 14, 2015
Beautiful custom looking seat
Huge upgrade over stock Harley single seat. Quality stitching and design. Comfort is a 8 out of 10 especially for being such a low profile seat.
July 24, 2015
Looks great, and it's more comfortable than it probably should be.
I have a 2005 883XL, and I wanted a 2-up seat to replace my stock solo seat. This seat looks and feels great. It's definitely a lot lower profile and a lot less padding than I'm used to, but even after putting 1,000 miles on it in a few days, it wasn't uncomfortable. There is a small gap between the tank and front of the seat, which I don't personally mind.
If you actually want to put a passenger on the back of this thing, know that they are going to be very uncomfortable and could very easily fall off. So, you might want to stick to skinny girls and pick up a sissy bar.
Biggest problem, and it's a pretty annoying one... This thing will soak up some water. I don't know why they didn't do something to keep it from turning into a sponge, but it definitely is one. If you are in a rainy climate and keep your bike uncovered and outside, expect to get your butt wet.
November 12, 2014
Comfort comes with killer styling!
Roland Sands Design is my favourite, I have several RSD parts on my bike. This 2 up seat is sleek and sexy and looks amazing on my Sporty 72. There is no sacrifice in comfort either. Great 2 up seat all the way around, very pleased with it.
October 13, 2014
The Boss is Boss Obviously
Got the seat for my Iron 883. For me personally I love it. The seat is trimer and thinner than the stock seat. It also sits a little shorter in the front and exposes more of the bikes metal frame. It changed the profile of the bike dramatically. Gave it a much meaner and more muscular look when I'm not on it. Although I'll admit, the 2-Up passenger part is not comfortable at all. and I'll probably have to get a sissy bar now because the angle looks a little dangerously slopped for the person on the back. Style over substance I guess.
July 22, 2013