Yes, it's Corbin Gunfighter. To me, there is simply no comparison - Corbin is much better. It is wider, and backrest makes all the difference - absolutely no fatigue no matter how long I ride. It felt a little firm at first, Corbin says it takes ~ 1500 miles to "break-in" the seat. Now, after break-in, it's perfect - soft where it should be soft and still firm where firmness is needed.Hello, welcome to the forum.
Is that a Corbin Gunfighter? I was interested in one as well.
How does it compare to the stock seat?
Ain't that true.. I might still just be over halfway to 50 here at the age of 26, but it's a cold hard fact that we're all gonna die someday. So let's enjoy it while we can :grin2:Of course it's a good thing :smile2: It's when you realize you're not going to live forever, and it's time to get to do what you always wanted.