After the review in the Dec. 2011 issue of Motorcycle Cruiser magazine I've been getting a few calls and quite a few e-mails about the covers. Sales have been ok, too. Thanks.
What still makes me wonder are all the owners of Corbin, Russell, and LePera who spend $$$$$$ for a great product then don't/won't get a cover made for the seat. I'll remind those owners to check the manufactures' website and see what they say about rain. Simple enough to see for themselves.
A SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat cover is the way to go. Simple to use and built to last. A business partner says it best, I think. He states: "It's not the money, it's what you GET for the money." I like that just fine. 40 bucks or so for a "glorified baggie or showercap" that the seat guys try to sell, or 90 bucks for a cover that will last for YEARS and you can USE in the rain. I still get a laugh from some of the seat sellers who will sell you a rain cover and then say not to ride on it in the rain. Really..............?