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Sargent World Sport Adventure Touring Seat Kawasaki KLR650 1991-2013
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Sargent  World Sport Adventure Touring Seat Kawasaki KLR650 1991-2013

Features:

  • Precision-engineered, lightweight, tough PolyTec Seat Base Pan
  • Super Cell Atomic Foam suspension and enhanced shape for incredible driver comfort
  • Improved seat angle which eliminates forward slope and provides a more neutral seating angle for the driver
  • Widened and slightly concave shape to increase contact area and better distribution of pressure over a greater area
  • Fully assembled and ready to install right out of the box

Note: Image of seat on bike has silver welts. Seat comes with black welts.

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

Note: Does not fit the the "C" (European) models

This Product Fits:
Kawasaki
KLR650 19912013
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Sargent World Sport Adventure Touring Seat Kawasaki KLR650 1991-2013 4.8 5 29 29
Essential upgrade I got the low seat and I immediately felt at home in the saddle. Definitely recommend this seat over the stock seat. It makes a huge difference on comfort for long or short trips. August 4, 2014
So much better that stock. After 4000 miles on my stock KLR 650 seat I finally gave in and bought this seat. I can't say enough how much more enjoyable it is to ride now. On the old seat, after 50 miles I would start getting numb bum and tingling in my legs. Would need stop and walk around and NOT look forward to getting back on after a few stops. Rode 100 miles straight yesterday and could have easily gone another with no discomfort. The wide pan and gel like padding makes all the difference. Looks great too. Install was easy enough once I realized the fork type thing on the from of the seat needs to go under the bracket that holds the gas tank. It tended to try and go between the bracket and the tank. I put the original seat back on and noted how it's suppose to go. Once I saw that, its was pretty easy to get the forks under the bracket with a little pressure on the top of the seat. then is all snapped into place. July 20, 2014
Much more comfortable than stock, my feet can now touch the ground The summary pretty much says it all. I could barely touch the ground with my toes on the stock seat. The low seat dropped me down about 2". As a new rider, made me more comfortable. I had to stop for a break every hour or so, to give my backside a rest with the stock seat. I can now easily go for a few hours. Much more comfortable. I've had it for a little over a year and 5500 miles, still looks like the day it came out of the box. June 9, 2014
Way more comfortable than the stock KLR650 seat, low model. I've only got about 400+ miles on it so far, but its a heck of a lot better than the stock KLR650 seat it replaced. Did a 264 mile ride and my "butt" wasn't complaining where 150 miles on the stock seat was excruciating! Installation was a bit of a struggle, it took a lot of prying and coaxing to get it on. Its a firm foam, but softens a bit in the sun. Besides the install challenges, the fit and finish look great. Overall, its a great seat for the price, but would be even better with some kind of breathable material on the seat rather than all vinyl. May 26, 2014
Best seat on the bike Approx.2500 miles ago I replaced the stock seat on my KLR with the Sargent seat. It was a great move. I was able to ride further with more comfort. The seat has a great finish and looks good on the bike. With the narrower contour up front and the wider contour towards the back enables the ability to change the pressure on the backside. On the road or in the desert the seat worked out well. It was a very good buy on my part. May 26, 2014
Quality built product, easy to use, fits well.... Wolfman products have yet to let me down, and Revzilla delivered my purchases on time once again.... May 6, 2014
worth the money I purchased this for my 2013 KLR and I got to say it was a very nice welcomed upgrade my butt is much happier I think the stock seat is possibly the worst seat they could think of to put on this bike it puts everything to sleep numb butt among other area's LOL any how I think this seat will make a huge difference on rides I have not taken a real long ride yet but just the short rides tell me it will work wonderfully again super fast shipping like everything this company does is top knotch thanks April 30, 2014
Save your hinder This seat is awesome .....very well made, very comfortable and well worth the money. Everyone knows the stock KLR seat is horrible on long rides. Now with the Sargent world performance seat that changes. Long rides are no problem for the rear. Super easy to install..... Just a couple of bolts and it is ready to be ridden into the sunset. Don't wait buy now!!! February 10, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
toby e: Comfortable Seat Sep 1, 2014
Jon B: The stock KLR 650 seat is notoriously bad. Reading a substantial amount or reviews this seat won out. Aug 20, 2014
Jose P: Recommended from KLR650 forums. Aug 18, 2014
Danny B: great reviews from other riders.
My old butt needs all the help it can get, on long rides.
Aug 6, 2014
Dr. Robert W R: Wanted to try a quality thin seat and all folks loved it so do I never took it off since I got it..... Jun 3, 2014
shane l: for my new 2013 KLR, stock seat has a bad repâ?¦and i'm short. May 13, 2014
Damon N: After reading other peoples praise of this seat, I went ahead and purchased it. Apr 18, 2014
Charles P: Reviews and price. Mar 29, 2014
Roberto S: good reviews Mar 10, 2014
Jason H: Hoping to find a better long distance seat. Particularly for two up riding of 400-600 mile days on a KLR650. Jan 13, 2014
Robert M: I chose this seat because of the reviews I read and the stock seat is not suitable for extended rides. Jan 13, 2014
Peter S: Mistakenly thought it would be a huge upgrade from my wearing-out stock seat because of how great my Sargent seat for another motorcycle is. For me, wrong assumption. I much prefer the stock KLR seat. Nov 11, 2013
Kent D: The Sargent and Corbin replacement seats for the KLR650 both get good reviews for comfort and appear to maintain the adventure bike look and functionality. At $314 (Sargent) versus $417 (Corbin), I went with the least expensive. The Russell seat is really beautiful and appears to be very comfortable, but I can't picture using it in the back country where we often ride. Oct 7, 2013
A shopper asked: I actually only need to know how much more it lowers my reach to the ground when sitting at a light. Some lower seats are wider, and don't really help you reach the ground better. I am inseam challenged, and cannot "flat-foot" on the stock seat. I also find the stock seat uncomfortable. I don't mind the height, except when on gravel, because my tip-toes don't have enough of a "footprint" for traction, and I'm always slipping whenever I am stopped on gravel.

I have to ride on gravel roads everyday, as well as stop. Will this seat improve my leg's reach to the ground? I'm thinking two inches should do it, but I don't want to lose any suspension travel by lowering the bike.
Jul 8, 2012
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syaoran: I was looking for the same information then I came across the following review.

http://www.ridermagazine.com/gear/sargent-world-sport-performance-motorcycle-seat-for-kawasaki-klr650.htm

Based on the information within the review, the low profile seat will drop you down 2 inches.

Hope this helps.
Jul 13, 2012
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RevZilla: The low seat is approximately 1 inch lower than stock. The true benefit is that the front of the saddle is tapered and more narrow so that your legs are not forced apart as much while stopped with your feet on the ground. Jul 13, 2012
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OKREDNECK: I have 30" legs, on my KLR650 I can back it up in the gravel. I live out in (BFE) Oklahoma, so I'm on gravel 90% of the time. Jan 21, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / Low Seat Height 618021 WS57319 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / Standard Seat Height 618022 WS57219 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours