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    Right Wing Conspirator Grey_Matter's Avatar
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    Thumbs up I love my Sheepskin Butt Pad!

    On Monday I received my Sheepskin Butt Pad (Silver/Grey). I have been riding with it all week & this is without a doubt it is worth every penny. No more sore butt after my 35 mile daily commute to & from work.

    Barb if you read this thank you for the great service & product.

    http://www.alaskaleather.com/

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    Re: I love my Sheepskin Butt Pad!

    Originally posted by Grey Matter
    On Monday I received my Sheepskin Butt Pad (Silver/Grey). I have been riding with it all week & this is without a doubt it is worth every penny. No more sore butt after my 35 mile daily commute to & from work.

    Barb if you read this thank you for the great service & product.

    http://www.alaskaleather.com/
    I'll second that. Love mine too.

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    Re: Re: I love my Sheepskin Butt Pad!

    Originally posted by BMWRider
    I'll second that. Love mine too.
    Howzit go with that outfit you had on today?

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    Grey Matter:

    Great sig line. I've got another one from its source: "I don't know, yodas and ****"

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    Sheepskin is definitely a good deal. I have a Brazillian sheepskin that a friend who works overseas got for me -- $75 for the whole thing. And I mean the whole thing, except for the head and hooves.

    I cut out a piece big enough to cushion the seat I occupy, and tuck it in around the seat edges. My butt thanks me ...

    I don't know what the custom fitted covers cost, but anything that takes the edge off a stock BMW seat is a worthwhile investment.
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    I have a fitted sheepskin over the Corbin saddle for both seats. I put it on when I bought the bike and every time I take it off, I put it right back on! I'm with you guys on this being an outstanding item.

    I will say that they are not for everyone. They make sliding around the seat nearly impossible for high speed/heavy duty corners. But I'll take the slower road and be much more comfortable.
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    I find that when I am traveling some major miles in the summer, or making my Fall/winter cold commute to work, or trying to cover some serious miles in the summer my sheepskin is a real life-saver.

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    I love my sheepsking

    I've got one of Barb's on my GS - best money spent on the big pig.

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    Thumbs up Sheepskin

    I got one from Areostich, right before a long ride (1400m round trip) to Big Bend and it's great. Nice price, cool when hot and warm when cold.
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    I have one on my 95 RS, Can't ride without it any more, especialy in the summer here in Arizona!

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    gel

    Has any one tryed one with the gel?

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    I hear the gel is good. I had a sheepskin,but a mouse thought it tasted pretty good. The sheepskin does work well though.

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    We have used Air Hawk for years now and would never use anything else. I've tried and tested riding for up to 18 hours a day and on single jourenys of more than 1,000 miles a piece. They might not be the cheapest, but what price comfort?

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    I'll second that. Airhawks still work in the pouring rain and dry very quickly.

    Their slogan says it all: "You bet your ass they're good"

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    Erm.. Dream Catcher

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