Solo Seat - Tan Plain with Raw Edge and Thin Padding
Kiwi Indian seats are the highest quality, longest-lasting, and most durable seats you will ever buy for your Indian. Our leather is deep penetration oil-tanned for water and fade resistance. Our seats come with the original Indian logo embossed into them which will hold its detail over time. Our seat underlay is made from high-grade padding for superior ride comfort which will hold its shape forever. You will not buy a better seat from anyone else. The seat pan is included in the price. All seats are available in black or tan
744005BF Solo seat: Black with fringe, rolled edge.
744005TF Solo seat: Tan with fringe, rolled edge.
744005BP Solo seat: Black, plain (no fringe), rolled edge.
744005TP Solo seat: Tan, plain (no fringe), rolled edge.
744005BPR Solo seat: Black, plain (no fringe), raw edge.
744005TPR Solo seat: Tan, plain (no fringe), raw edge.
744005BPRT Solo seat: Black, thin padding, plain (no fringe), raw edge.
744005TPRT Solo seat: Tan, thin padding, plain (no fringe), raw edge.
Note: Solo seats come standard with the Indian logo embossed into them.
The 1st letter after the part number designates seat color. “Plain” seat means no skirt or fringe. “Raw edge” means the stitched edges are exposed which were used on 45 and earlier seats. “Rolled edge” means the leather is rolled over and stitched, 1946 and later. “Thin padding” means 3/4” of padding vs regular 1-1/2”. Thin padding was used on 1939 and earlier models.
Important: If you are considering saddlebags for your bike, it is advisable to order your seat and saddlebags at the same time to ensure that the same batch of leather is used so they both match (especially tan). We do keep some of the most popular styles of seats in stock however most seats are specially handcrafted for you after your order is placed. Please allow several weeks lead time.
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