Hollywood Solo saddle gives your Softail a slick, low profile look while providing you with reasonable, boulevard cruising comfort. Our Fibertech basepan provides a perfect, flowing fit along the tank, chassis and fender, but rides on rubber bumpers to protect your paint job. Naturally, Hollywood Solo is built up with high density Comfort Cell® foam to provide a firm resilient ride despite the incredibly low profile. It’s seats like this one that brought Mike to the development of our infinite ratio foam!
Corbin’s Hollywood Solo for 2000 and up models also offers the option of a slim line pillion pad to accommodate passengers. Our pillion hooks to the Hollywood solo in the front and secures with a single screw into your fender in the rear. The extremely low profile looks as cool as a fender bib, but you can take passengers on it. For a very clean installation at the rear, use one of our Chromed Billet thumbscrews (#ACST). Our thumbscrew comes to your triple chrome plated for show quality looks and provides tool free installation of your pillion seat.
All Hollywood Solo models and the pillion pad come standard with genuine leather seating in your choice of colors and styles. Leather seating is great because it breathes with your body and will break in with the foam shape for a personalized fit. Leather is extremely durable and works great for motorcycle saddles. Over time your saddle will age and develop a unique character just like your leather jacket and chaps do. If you care for it properly with a quality conditioner like our Saddle Cream, your leather saddle will be your riding buddy for many years.
Hollywood Solo is a great setup if you want your Softail to have a low and slammed look. Our saddle mounts like stock using the side bolts into your chassis. Some of the late model Softails already have these bolts, but not all. If your bike has two black rubber plugs instead, you’ll need a pair of seat bolts. We offer a stainless steel pair (shown) or you can hunt around a bit and probably find some chrome ones if you prefer. Just check with your local Harley dealer.