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If you are planning a long-distance trip, you may feel reluctant to start the journey knowing that you’ll have to suffer pain in your buttocks and lower back on endless stretches of an open road. This problem can be easily solved by an innovative air cushion by Wild Ass. It is designed to eliminate painful pressure points and promote circulation in your lower extremities.

The cushion consists of adjustable interconnected air cells that conform to the rider's shape no matter how heavy they might be or which seating position they prefer. Wild Ass motorcycle seat cushions are recommended for anyone who would like to reduce or eliminate pain from pressure points, improve circulation, reduce vibration, improve shock absorption, dissipate heat and moisture, and ensure great overall comfort wherever you sit.

Wild Ass® - Sport Series Motorcycle Air Seat Cushion




Wild Ass® - Smart Series Motorcycle Air Seat Cushion



Wild Ass® - Pillion Series Motorcycle Air Seat Cushion


Features:
Eliminates painful pressure points and numbness
Promotes blood circulation
Reduces heat and moisture build-up
Lowers shock and vibration
Available in neoprene rubber, polyurethane with gel, and polyurethane materials (see Product Options)

Click the image to enter the product page at MOTORCYCLEiD.com for more information.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here or call our specialists at 888.903.4344​
 

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Love it! Where were you when I was shopping for my Air Hawk?

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I see the WildAss cover, and the WildAss “smart” cover, why didn’t you call it the SmartA$$ cover? Sorry,, I’ve had too much coffee this morning.

Edit, price seems reasonable, but I see you are back ordered on the regular, but have inventory on the “smart” version.
Question is, how does it attach to the seat? I stand on the pegs often (because my backside hurts). I wouldn’t want it to blow off, or fold over on itself. Hope it stays put.

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Question is, how does it attach to the seat? I stand on the pegs often (because my backside hurts). I wouldn’t want it to blow off, or fold over on itself. Hope it stays put.
It has two straps, so it can be securely attached to the seat.
 

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