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Saddlemen Adventure Track Seat for Triumph Tiger 800 / 800XC
The Saddlemen Adventure Track Seat is a hybrid seat design that combines Saddlemen's exclusive elements of a GEL comfort layer and progressive density foam with a GEL-Channel design to provide Adventure and Dual Sport riders with unparalleled comfort and control. Rugged marine-grade synthetic suede resists the elements while providing the proper balance of grip and comfort under the rider's posterior.
The pillion section is covered with high-tech gripper material to help hold cargo in place and is shaped to match the rear rack's height for simplified cargo packing. Integrated bag or cargo mounting points on the pillion match Saddlemen Adventure PACK bags or use them to secure your own load.
Hybrid seat design combines SaddleGel interior, progressive density foam and a Gel Channel saddle to provide Adventure and Dual Sport riders with unparalleled comfort and control
Saddlemen’s Gel Channel (GC) technology (patent pending) seats incorporate a split piece of SaddleGel and a channel in the base foam to relieve seating pressure on the perineal area, increase blood flow, thus keeping the rider in the saddle longer
Gel Channel seats offer high quality, durable construction and styling that’s as unique as it is functional
The vinyl and rugged micro-fiber suede cover holds up to hard use while providing a superb blend of comfort and control (certain models feature a rugged gripper style cover)
Some seat applications, such as mid-sized Dual Sport motorcycles, have a standard foam design (no GC) with a gripper and vinyl cover better suited to rigorous riding
Integrated bag/cargo mounting points on the pillion portion of the Adventure-class seat sets make it easy to attach Saddlemen’s Adventure PACK luggage or other cargo
Most mid-sized Dual Sport applications also include a luggage/cargo mounting strap set that installs or removes in seconds from the seat
A solo rider-seat, rather than a full two-piece set, is available in some applications
Most seats are also available in low-profile designs
Note: Image is for reference only, actual seat may vary slightly.
I bought this seat due to its center channel and some other reviews i had read.I am happy to report that it works as advertised i have no more pain in my tailbone even after riding over 600 miles in one day.My stock seat i could get about 80 miles before i hurt.The suede covering on the seat keeps you from sliding around which is nice.It does however seem to get pretty warm in the summer and stay that way but i just dump some water on it and it is fine.I would definitely purchase again.
October 22, 2014
This is a very high quality seat.
One piece seat gave me more seat room& less cramping have but 800 miles so far and split center seam to work very well don't get bound up. Very happy with purchase . on thing to keep in mind with more seat room it put you back father so I have had to order bar backs. JOHN
May 19, 2014
what a difference
This seat eliminates the only one spot to sit problem that the stock seat has. You can move, and padding is comfortable. You wont believe the difference. If you dont like the comfort of the stock seat , buy this.
June 11, 2013
Such a relief to have a decent seat
The miles come slow this time of year. I've only put about 350 miles on the Saddlemen since I got it - a few days commuting, and just a couple of half-day rides.
But I think I'm ready to offer an early review of the seat. I'm loving it.
The initial hardness I perceived was due in part to the fact that I had been riding on an Airhawk all summer, but also because it really is a bit on the hard side. But after only 350 miles, I can see and feel it breaking in. It's already softer.
It also feels a bit taller and wider, but as it breaks in the width is less bothersome and I swear I can get more of my foot on the ground now.
There are a bunch of ways to sit on this seat, from "sitting on the tank", which is surprisingly comfortable, to tailbone-against-the-backstop, belly-on-the-tank folded over. When the butt-bones start to whine, a slight shift of position gives relief and sets me up for another chunk of miles. The varying width really make a difference as you shift your weight.
My half-hour commute was painful in the stock seat - with the Saddlemen it's a pleasure. I'm not even thinking about the seat, which is kinda where you want to be, I mean, you want to be in touch with your tire's contact patches, not your butt's.
So, with just 350 miles on it, I consider it a success, just about what I expected, and I'm looking forward to the next thousand miles. Hope it works for long hauls.
I didn't buy the heated seat. I'm a frugal shopper. But I live in Maine. I'm an idiot. I should have bought the heated seat. The channel seems to allow some ventilation. Upside: cool summer seat.
November 20, 2012
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james m: stock seat gives no room to move, this seat is great. stays wet howeverSep 5, 2014
John S: I wanted a 1 piece design with more seat room,for the driver. JohnMay 1, 2014
Aaron B: This seat is much better than the stock seat on the triumph tiger 800, but there are several drawbacks to it that can be a pain. The seat is covered by a microfiber material, and when it rains it gets wet...very wet. the seat underneath is foam so it absorbs the water and the channel in the middle will hold the water. That being said it keeps the pressure off my junk, and I rode from Michigan to Main and back without too much trouble. 3500 miles total.Oct 19, 2013