I am considering a low seat as well (30 inch inseam) but was concerned about comfort. any insight is appreciated especially compared to stock seat.I have one. Mine is the lower version to accommodate my short legs. Bought it in September then did a 6800 mile 4-week ride. Oregon, Ohio, Arizona, Oregon. The seat is good. I put in several 500 mile days, a few back-to-back. I like the fact that it is one piece. It makes more under-seat storage available. The only negative is that it really doesn't have the "ADV look". It looks more like a king/queen seat off a Harley. I don't care. Can't see it when I'm sitting on it....
Edit: It was a bit of a last minute purchase. I've done a lot of business with Corbin over the years and my friends there did a great job of expediting the seat build so I'd have it in time.
I recently picked up a Corbin low seat.I am considering a low seat as well (30 inch inseam) but was concerned about comfort. any insight is appreciated especially compared to stock seat.
I put a Seat Concepts model on my CRF250L. It is a super comfortable seat and reasonably priced with excellent quality. Fast service also.FWIW I happen to like Corbin seats, the shape (usually) and firm foam (always) suit me perfectly, but I wanted to stay with the two-seat setup. I have been more than satisfied with Seat Concepts seats and they offer two different seats for the AT, I chose their front seat requesting firmer foam than they typically use along with the rear seat cover only. Came out great and I'll say this is one of, if not THE, the most comfortable seats I've *ever* owned which include many Corbin's and Sargent's. This thing is all day comfortable for me now and no more sliding forward.