HD FLH 09-current Streamline Motorcycle Seat

HD FLH 09-current Streamline Motorcycle Seat

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Sizing Guide

TG - 6' - 6'5”

AJ - 5'5" - 5'11"

VC - 5'1" - 5'4"

Direct fit factory replacement for 2009-2021 FLH touring models. 

This is a custom order. May take extended delivery times. Returns are not accepted and items are non-refundable.

The Stryker Streamline seat is one good-looking seat.  O' did we mention comfortable as well. Stryker utilizes high-quality comfort foam to make your ride as smooth and comfortable as possible. If you're looking to tour with your seat you can always upgrade to the Stryker Comfort Pack. What is the comfort pack? Well for an additional charge, A Stryker expert will go over your specific height, weight, and riding style to design a specific custom foam option just for you.

Stryker Streamline seats come in standard black. Available in durable vinyl, and genuine full leather. Choose size and material from the drop-down to the right.

If you want to get a little crazy, you can work with a Stryker seat design expert and together come up with a cool custom seat that only you have.  

What sets the Streamline touring model seats apart from the rest? For over 20 Years the Stryker motorcycle team has been building custom seats for riders of all sizes, shapes, and with different opinions. Stryker listens to each and every customer. The Streamline seat was developed to look cool and be super comfortable for front and rear riders.  Below are a few of the features of this seat. 

Front riders have been complaining about feeling cramped in the seat, too much pressure upfront, and not enough room to scoot back. Also, back support and the need to narrow the sides for inner legs are always an issue. With the Stryker Streamline seat you will:

Sit lower. 

Sit back further.

More room upfront with softer foam.

Extremely narrow on the sides

The front rider has more back support.

Rear Rider has a kick up in front so as not to slide forward on breaking. 

The rear rider has a rear kick-up to help from sliding off the rear without a tour pack. 

The rear rider's inner legs are rounded to allow for an easier transition to rear pegs

 Rear riders have a wider rear seat than most sport 2up seats and are also flared out.