Long-Haul Touring Comfort with Dual-Zone Heated Seat

Heated-Harley-Hammock-SeatCoddle the backside of rider and passenger with the new Heated Harley® Hammock Rider and Passenger Touring Seat (P/N 52000177, $899.95) from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories.

Designed for 2014-later Harley-Davidson Touring and Trike models, this seat offers two separate suspension systems to isolate the rider and passenger from sharp road impacts.

For the rider, a sling-like fabric suspension system acts like a hammock to reduce impacts, and two inches of traditional foam on top provides additional support. For the passenger, a multiple spring-board style suspension system along with two inches of traditional foam provides 15 percent improvement in passenger comfort. The generous seat length accommodates a wide variety of rider sizes with added space to vary the position on a long ride.

For the ultimate in comfort, the dual-zone seating areas offer separate high/off/low heat settings for rider and passenger, and the system is deactivated when the motorcycle is turned off to prevent battery discharge. This seat’s vinyl surface is easy to clean and maintain, and the seat can be equipped with a rider backrest (sold separately) on most models. This seat is also available without heat. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson.

4 Responses to “Long-Haul Touring Comfort with Dual-Zone Heated Seat”

  1. 1 Rogue Oct 26th, 2014 at 11:03 am

    So HD is finally getting around to what has been around for a long time.
    I have a seat like that from Saddlemen on my 2009 FLHTC it is Very Comfortable and I like it – especially when I ride North LOL.
    Mustang also makes one but I have not tried one of theirs yet.

  2. 2 stsn Oct 26th, 2014 at 11:15 am

    Seems like a high tech remedy for low tech rear suspension.
    Just sayin…

  3. 3 B. D. Howard Oct 26th, 2014 at 11:57 am

    A $900 butt pad? To me, that’s the joke of the week!

  4. 4 Blackmax Oct 27th, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    There are more expensive seats out there, if that’s your thing ?
    but there are better heated aftermarket seats out there
    (Mustang, Saddlemen, etc. just to name a few) that are maybe not so quite expensive…
    Just another $$ grab for the Motor Company
    Thanks but No Thanks !!!

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