JaySoy said:A sheepskin pad and the Corbin are the perfect combination. I would just buy a little 1/2 nap peice of sheepskin and make your own though. Save some $$.
Another thing to note is that Corbin's do break in with use. It takes about 3 months before they are really sweet.
To get the discount make sure to enter deadsheep with no caps or spaces. The order form wont apply the discount if caps or spaces are used. :wink:KLR AK said:I think they work great! I've been using them on my sportbikes for years. They help a lot in both hot and cold weather.
If you type in the words "dead sheep" in the discount slot you'll get a 10% discount.
I've long considered Barb, the owner of www.alaskaleather.com "the rider's best friend" up here in that she'll do whatever it takes to get someone into proper gear. She's also done a lot of touring around the world and has tested a lot of the gear she sells. We're lucky to have her up here. Mark H.
I ended up ordering the 13" x 11" pillion pad which will cover the part of the seat I sit on.( No passengers on the KLR ) Really looking forward to trying it out :!: :!: If it's that much better, I may get one to cover the Mustang on my Vulcan.BikerDave said:You'll really enjoy that pad! I have them on the two bikes I use to ride distance and they are a lifesaver(buttsaver?)!!!
This one. It just came yesterday. I stuck it on the Strom first because I didn't have to take any bolts out to put it on...It is the medium, 15"x16".....Slaghammer said:Which cover did you order ?
I tucked mine between the seat and tank when I put the seat back on. Not sure how that will work with the KLR.Slaghammer said:Think your really going to like it. Mine has one strap in the middle and I found that if I stand up, the front of it would fold back with the wind. Four small velcro tabs solved the problem.