I've had Corbin's on my last three bikes. The last two were Dual touring seats. They're heavy out of the box and "rock hard" would be a fitting description. It takes about 1000 miles to get it to feel right. But after that look out! Four hundred miles + on a Sportster Custom a day was very do-able. It was the first accessory I put on my Heritage Springer.
On the other hand, their customer service is nothing less than laughable though. They had a display at Americade this year and when I (tried) to talk to them about the concerns I had about my present seat it felt like I was playing the old shell game with them. What it amounted to was" it's not right.......but it's yours now."
But I keep going back. They do know how to make them for the long haul.
Com'n folks speak up!!!!!!! My '02 RK classic seat suxs, It's good for the 1st 2-3 hours of ass time, but after that it is about every hour that I gotta break, and it gets worse........as George T. said "BAD to the BONE"
I've got to put a BIG thumbs-up to Russell Day-Long saddles. I put one on my bagger and have done several thousand-mile days, including a 1200-mile day returning from Sturgis to Seattle in one day. Never a bit of butt burn at all. Hands down better than Mustang or Corbin seats I've had.
I just put a Corbin Hollywood Solo on my Fatboy. I was expecting a firm seat, and that's just what I got. I only put about 40 miles on today, so I can't comment on the long ride comfort. So far, it's firm, but comfy. Although when I ordered the seat, I wasn't looking for comfort anyway, I was just looking for a small seat, so i'm not too concerned how comfy it is. My butt seems pretty tolerable to most seats.
I went with a Mustang vintage solo with pasenger pillion on my 2000 FLHPI. Luv it. I can do 600 mile days no problem. It took the pressure off my tailbone, I can't sit in a soft seat for long. Like Goldielocks said - "this one is just right".