Mustang and Revere Seats Have You Covered

Seat options for your H-D tourer

Harley-Davidson seat
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A quality seat can really make or break the ride. And of course, it has to be styled right to fit your tastes. We selected two quality seat manufacturers, Mustang Seats and Revere Seats, to give you some options of shopping on a budget or going more the plush route. These two seats are great options for Harley-Davidson Touring models.

Mustang Seats, maker of quality motorcycle seats right here in the USA, tapped Fred and Len Kodlin, Europe’s famous father-son custom bike builders, to combine their design vision with the handcraftsmanship of Mustang to produce a sporty and elegant line of seats for Harley-Davidson. This seat ($519) is made for 2008–later Touring models and features panels of alcantara for a luxurious texture, suede-like appearance, and ultra-durability. Measuring 11.5 inches wide for the rider pad and 7 inches wide for the passenger pad, the streamlined seat looks cool and is comfortable too.

Harley-Davidson seat
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If you’re looking for a custom-looking seat on a budget, Revere Seats allows you to tailor your own seat with various metal flake colors to choose from (blue, gold, green, purple, red, and silver) to best fit your style and needs. We went with the two-up silver and black Runner Seat ($349), which features a purpose-built pan, sterling-silver accents, diamond stitching, and vintage-styled covers that make it a quality-looking saddle for not a lot of dough.

We had a 2013 Road Glide where we tested out both seats’ comfort and style, and we have to say these are two really good options for you folks considering your budget.


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