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Standard Cruiser Freedom Air Cushion

Standard Cruiser Freedom Air Cushion

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14" Wide x 13-1/2" Deep
2 Year Limited Warranty

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Product Code: FA-SC-2

The original Freedom Air Cruiser cushion provides motorcycle enthusiasts and extending riding time advantage. The unique, patented design has been distinctively engineered to offer superior comfort, by combining anatomical contouring with inteconnected air cells. A long list of testimonials has proven that this system has become an extremely viable addition to the riders' required equipment.

Comes complete with a unique, contoured fitted cover. The black cover has a non-skid bottom so that it will not slide on your existing seat and has loops on each side for you to attach with bungee or other cord to your motorcyle seat. The contoured top is a stretch lycra material to allow you to sink into your cushion and is a breathable covering to keep things cool while you ride. When you're done for the day, simply remove the Freedom Air and place in your saddle bag, bring inside, or use at any event as a comfortable seat cushion. More freedom - More COMFORT! The Freedom Air Cushion.

To determine if this cushion fits your bike, measure your seat and compare to the dimensions on this page.
  • Includes Fitted Cover
  • 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Seat Dimensions: 14" Wide x 13-1/2" Deep (front to back)
  • A recessed area in the back of the cushion that provides greater pressure relief under your tail bone for added comfort.
  • Large outside air cells that hug your hips for a better ride.
  • Tapered air cells under the thighs providing a better, more natural fit to your seat and cycle.
  • A V-Shaped front for a better fit to your seat complete with recessed air cells in the front for added comfort and relief where it counts.
  • Two separate valves that inflate and adjust the right and the left side of your Cushion for a more stable ride.
  • Interconnected air cells in each compartment that let you sink into the cushion.
  • Individual air cells minimize vibration and act as mini shock absorbers for the Ultimate Riding Experience.

Average Customer Review:
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Total Reviews: 3
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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Doesn't work well on a flat seat August 15, 2016
Reviewer: Skibum from Glendale, WI United States  
The product seems really well made and looks like it would work well on bicycle shaped seat with a raised front end.  Unfortunately, due to the fact that it is thicker in the back than it is in the front, the cushion tends to push you forward on the seat if you have a flatter seat. No matter what I do I end up sitting up tight against the tank within a few minutes of riding.

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What a difference April 30, 2013
Reviewer: Joe R from Menifee, CA United States  
I've recently experienced sciatic nerve pain, which only gets worse on long motorcycle rides. The Freedom Air Cushion made a big difference for me. At first I didn't think it worked, but after experimenting with the air pressure, what a relief!  I rode for six hours last weekend--this would not have been possible without the cushion.  Excellent product!

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Freedom Air gave my Butt Freedom! January 12, 2011
Reviewer: Johnny Patterson from Hickory, NC United States  
OK.  I've been a gel pad user for years, but I will be a Freedom Air Cushion guy for life.  A buddy of mine let me try his on our 600+ mile ride to the Bikes, Blues and BBQ rally in Fayetteville last year.  

The contour of the cushion really helps take the pressure off your inner thighs.  It was easy to inflate, get on the bike and adjust.  The key is just a little air in the cushion which I didn't get initially and it felt like I was riding on hard air bubbles.  After my buddy laughed and told me to let most of the air out, tada! It worked perfectly.

Expensive, but compared to cost of other "necessary" stuff (wink) I've put on my bike, this was a no brainer.

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