I had a Corbin saddle, and found it too hard for long stints. Also, there was only one place on the saddle that my bum would settle into, back against the raised bolster, at the lowest portion of the saddle. Where puddles formed.. It was a drag not being able to change positions for long timeframes on a sport-touring bike. And disappointing that this saddle was custom-made for me by Corbin based on my parameters. I think the Sargent was/is a better product. To me, the late-series ST stock saddle is perfect as far as I'm concerned - I wouldn't change it out for any aftermarket saddle, much less the Corbin.
A few caveats:
- I'm about 150 lbs, so your results may vary.
- This was a LOooong time ago, so Corbin's products could be very different these days, if still in business.
2011 1198 - 2001 996 mono - 2002 ST4s ti - 2003 R1150RT - 2011 HD FXDC