New Heated and Cooled Motorcycle Seat From Corbin

New Fire and Ice seat offers both heating and cooling capability for Harley-Davidson touring motorcycles.

Corbin heated and cooling seat for Harley-Davidson
Corbin's new Fire and Ice Dual Touring saddle on a late-model Street Glide.Photo: Corbin

Corbin Seats' latest claim to fame is the new Fire and Ice version of their popular Dual Touring saddle. According to Corbin, this is the world's first production aftermarket seat that offers both heating for cold winter riding and cooling to relieve your roasted buns during the hot summer months. This system is designed for simple installation and is fully self-contained in the saddle. Simplicity, form and function are all wrapped up in one neat package.

Corbin Fire and Ice Dual Touring saddle
Corbin Fire and Ice Dual Touring saddlePhoto: Corbin

If you’re wondering how the Fire and Ice saddle works, Corbin says that the system uses just a couple of fans and some clever application; no pumps, compressors or fluids are involved. It should be noted that the cooling effect is affected by ambient temperature. In Corbin’s tests, the system quickly cooled the surface 10-15 degrees below ambient temperature. On the heat side, Corbin has thermostatically set the maximum temperature at approximately 110 degrees.

Fire and Ice temperature control switches
Fire and Ice temperature control switchesPhoto: Corbin

The Fire and Ice saddle is designed to fit 2009 and newer Harley-Davidson Electra Glide, Road Glide and Street Glide motorcycles. The lower chassis used for Harley's 2009 and up bagger models allows a wider sculpted seating position while creating a larger area of contact for excellent weight distribution. The Fire and Ice seat features all of the same benefits of the original Corbin Dual Touring saddle with panels that are sculpted for maximum support. MSRP is set at $993. For more information, visit corbin.com.