Custom Seat For Harley Slim Model. The Wall By Corbin.

1corbin4A 7” high vertical back support explains the name of this new custom seat for the Harley Slim model. This raised tail section is what you need if you love to do some aggressive riding… The tail of the Wall saddle is padded and upholstered to provide for short trips. Although this is built with the same quality foam material as the rider’s area, the shaping is designed primarily for looks and rider back support. When taking a passenger make sure you tell them to hold on tight!

2corbin43corbin4This seat features a low profile with a platform conceive to disperse rider weight evenly and eliminate hot spots. It is dished in the center to eliminate pressure on the tail bone. The nose of the saddle is sculpted narrow to provide for good ground reach. Genuine leather seating panels in your choice of color. The Wall seat installs on your bike using a tongue in the front and a single bolt into your fender at the rear. Made in the USA. At .

9 Responses to “Custom Seat For Harley Slim Model. The Wall By Corbin.”

  1. 1 18bravo Sep 15th, 2016 at 9:06 am

    Why would anyone suggest a passenger sit on that thing? My wife didn’t even dig the OEM seat on the 2016 Sporster. She said she felt like kept sliding off, and did not feel comfortable. As a rider, if I want to make myself suffer by riding a rigid, or on some uncomfortable ass seat, that’s my business. My passenger should never have to feel unsafe. That’s not what riding is all about. I guess that’s what we went next door to Indian and bought the Scout. The pillion seat on that one is perfect, OEM or aftermarket.

  2. 2 JohnnySpeed Sep 15th, 2016 at 10:53 am

    18bravo – Seats can be changed and usually are. But the new Scout will always be butt ugly without major and expensive surgery.

  3. 3 Sep 15th, 2016 at 12:46 pm

    18bravo, that seat would probably be fine around town with a passenger if one adds a QD luggage rack w/backrest pad. The similar, stock seat on my Fat Bob is no place for a second set of buns either, but for that I just pop on my H-D QD one w/aftermarket oversized backrest, and she’s as happy on short rides as she is on the big bike for long ones. Why would one turn an aftermarket seat story into a brand bash? The Honda 50 had good seating for 2, but that doesn’t have anything to do with an aftermarket seat review, either. ☺

  4. 4 seymour Sep 15th, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    read it again johnny bravo, it says ” is designed primarily for looks and rider back support”. rider, not passenger.

  5. 5 18bravo Sep 15th, 2016 at 4:51 pm

    Not brand bashing. I actually like the looks of it, and happen to own four H-D powered bikes. I just find it pretty much useless for a passenger, which I did in fact read in the post.

  6. 6 Sep 16th, 2016 at 7:37 am

    Guys, guys, guys – read the description Cyril always supplies succinctly and accurately. This seat is meant for guys who enjoy hole shots, street drags, monos and there’s nothing else around that gives such great support. Well done Corbin!

  7. 7 calif phil Sep 16th, 2016 at 7:48 am

    That is a great looking seat. If I owned that bike I think that is the seat I would have on it.

  8. 8 mkv Sep 16th, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    Aggressive riding o a Softail LOL!!!

  9. 9 Ron Sep 16th, 2016 at 2:32 pm

    My backside hurts just looking at it , no thanks .

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