I've have Seat Concepts now, which I really like a lot. Just finished a 9 state, 3 province 3,800 mile trip to Gander, Newfoundland from Pittsburgh. Best seat I've ever had. Sent them the pan of my original seat, they called me to get height, weight, riding style, waist, inseam, everything but my favorite ice cream flavor. Seat came back in 3 weeks and is a great improvement over stock. Kept the original pillion as I rarely ride with a passenger. I last used a set of Sargent seats (black with blue piping) which are for sale on this site. I liked the Sargent seat, but it's not sufficiently padded for my taste, and it doesn't prevent the forward slide as well as the Seat Concepts. I also tried a Touratech for a month or so. Better padded, but same slide forward issue as the Sargent. I've done the "flatten the seat" mod on stock seat, the Sargent and the Touratech, but none were as good as the Seat Concepts. The SC is a bit taller, but I'm still nearly flat footed on it when in riding position, and fully flat footed when I slide forward to the tank. I'm 6', 215lbs, 38/32 pants. My bike is a 2019 STen.I would like to upgrade the seat on my ‘13 ST.
can you define reasonable a little bit please - reasonable for one might be outta the budget for anotherI had Terry Abcox make a custom seat for me this Spring. I put over 9000 miles on it in less than 30 days and was never uncomfortable. He does a phenomenal job on his seats and he’s very reasonably priced.
agreed, running seat concepts right now and ready to unload it :/I've had a Terry's seat for 8 years and no complaints. I haven't checked his prices in years. But he was way cheaper than the others and had a core seat. I didn't have to send my seat to him until he sent me my new seat. No down. I tried a Seat Concepts. I didn't think it was much different than my stock seat. I had a Corbin too. It was too hard for me. You could try an Air Hawk. They work on any seat. Keep the but crack cooler too.