New Trapezoid Stitch Pattern for Softail Breakout
THREE RIVERS – May 31, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Finally, Breakout riders get the comfort they deserve with Mustang’s new line of touring seats. Featuring a unique trapezoid stitch pattern on high quality expanded vinyl, these seats and accessories have been specifically engineered to provide truly uncompromising comfort for both riders and their passengers.
Mustang’s new solo seat allows the rider to sit comfortably back into a 15.5” wide bucket, which provides superior lumbar support. For all-day back support, choose the solo with a fully adjustable and easily removable Mustang driver backrest option (for solo riding only; does not fit with passenger seat).
The matching passenger seat offers a generous 11.5” wide bucket that is properly contoured for comfort. Add the rounded 12” wide sissy bar pad and you’ve got the full solution to passenger complaints!
As with all Mustang seats, the marine-grade fiberglass baseplate, proprietary comfort foam and individually sewn covers are proudly handcrafted and assembled in their New England facility (tours are available by appointment).
For more information, visit www.MustangSeats.com or call Mustang at 800-243-1392 or 413-668-1100. Feel the Mustang difference!
Mustang Wide Touring Seats and Accessories for the Softail Breakout 2013-17:
- Touring Solo (15.5” wide): #76578 MSRP $329
- Touring Passenger Seat (11.5” wide): #76579 MSRP $209
- Touring Solo with Driver Backrest (15.5” wide): #79683* MSRP $539
- Contoured Sissy Bar Pad (12” x 9”) for OEM Round Bar: #76289 MSRP $111
- Fender Bib: #78165 MSRP $39
*Driver backrest can only be used in solo setup.
79683 & 78165
Comfort on a Mustang What’s it take to make a premium quality seat? Start with styling, the finest materials, and a perfectly contoured seat. Design and build every seat in Three Rivers, Massachusetts. Produce every seat with a satisfied customer in mind. That’s what you can expect from Mustang, recognized as the worldwide leader in replacement motorcycle seats. Proudly handcrafted in the USA since 1980.
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Source: Motorsport Aftermarket Group