The thing is that it's a Made in India product. And for us locals, the owners are highly proactive and they offers complete replacement warranty (not possible due to shipping from Airhawk) and has great reviews from users and costs less than 80$.That is an Airhawk knock-off.
Just get an Airhawk.
Been using 'em for 15+ years.
I have sort of a bony butt and I felt the Sargent was pretty good on my recent ~3,200 mile trip a couple weeks ago. That being said, I alleviate a large amount of discomfort by laying on my tank bag while at cruising speeds, so that may be a factor. Last year, with a Corbin on the SV (HARD SEAT) I bought one of those gel pads and it helped immensely, when I could keep it in position. I feel like a removable gel pad is probably the best solution for those of us who ride daily but on rare occasion might need a nice cushy seat.I just bought a Sargent for my '17. I have one for my '07 DR650 and it worked wonders. The one on my 1000 works better than the stocker, but after a 4-day, ~1500-mile trip from Oklahoma City to Albuquerque and back, I'm really disappointed in the Sargent. Let me be clear; it isn't so much that my *** is sore as much as the sides of the seat just dig into my upper legs. The 4th day I had to skip a scheduled overnight stay so I ended up riding almost 600 miles that day alone. The pain was murderous. Short of sticking an eyesore like a Day Long on it, are there any other things I can do? I am a bit overweight, but working on that. I won't take this bike on a trip anywhere near that long again without addressing this issue.
Spencers Motorcycle Seat Mods,.
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Check these guys out if you want a custom job,,.
Better to use some one that has some experience with bike seats and less money then a Sargent or a Corbin,,.
The motorcycle seat upholsterer I used to cut down the foam and insert a thin gel layer for my CBR1000 is out of business, too. Not too cushy for a trackday, but much better for a long ride. I need to find another upholsterer to do same for my Ninja.Yes, much flatter- not sure why Kawi insists on that **** forward slope where the jewels slide into the tank. I think it's an optical illusion that it appears to actually slope upwards.
I'm betting pretty much any auto upholsterer can do this. My guy, who is now sadly out of business, was a Kawi ZX6 owner so he fully understood the issue.