About Corbin Seats
Since 1968, Corbin has been the top motorcycle seat manufacturer
in the world and now boasts more unique designs and innovations
than ever. In fact, Corbin holds more Patents than any other
accessory company in the US.
Corbin seats California Factory
The small California town of Hollister is deeply rooted
in motorcycling history... it is also home to the world
famous Corbin seats. Currently
Corbin seats's 82,000 square foot facility houses a staff
of more than 180 American Craftspeople where every component
of Corbin seats are built by hand
Corbin's seats Showroom
Corbin's Hollister showroom is usually chock-full of all
sorts of goodies. Naturally at any given time you can see
a variety of our project bikes, new products that have just
come out along with a few of the Corbin seats
all time favorites.
All of Corbin's new product Corbin seats development
is done in house by Mike Corbin and his staff of designers.
On any given day you will find an abundance of cool toys
in the R & D shop ranging from the newest bikes on the
road to their Bonneville land speed bike.
Corbin has a team of more than 30 talented seamstresses
that assemble every part of your Corbin seats
by hand. Since every Corbin seats
is different, hand tailoring is mandatory! Corbin's seamstress'
build in the colored inserts and various materials. Each
and every cover that is made is inspected prior to assembly
to assure accuracy and quality. Click
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Towards the back of the shop you'll find the area where
their Fibertech basepans and Comfort Cell foam is turned
into motorcycle Corbin seatss. With over 300 different part
numbers to keep track of, Corbin seats
molds are color coded by brand. Some of the
Corbin seats more popular designs require
more than one mold to keep up with demand.
A row of dust collection booths line the east wall of the
Corbin seats facility where their foam and
fiberglass work is done. Corbin's integrated process and
materials are so unique that they were awarded a United
Corbin's fiberglass department makes all of the Corbin
seats basepans. They use a material called
"Fibertech" that was developed specially for them
to our strict guidelines.
Comfort Cell foam is another component that is unique to
Corbin seats. Designed specifically for our use
in Corbin seatss, it is a variable density, closed cell
material that starts out as a two-part liquid. Corbin
seats Firmness... Corbin uses a very unique
formula of custom materials and design experience to provide
the world's finest Corbin seats.
Comfort Cell® foam combined with Corbin seats patented
molding process delivers unmatched support for your riding
experience. Corbin seats feel
firm at first, but with a little break in period will adapt
to your body and support you in comfort for many years.
Likewise, the shaping of Corbin seats designs will completely
change the look and feel of your machine.
Corbin seats prefer to manufacture
all components of our products in-house to assure quality
and efficient turn around times. To this end, we house an
entire metal shop as well.
Final inspection assures that the finished product lives
up to the quality that you expect from the Corbin name.
Corbin's new Customer Service / Quality Control department
has expanded to help them achieve a level of service beyond
any other product in the motorcycle seat industry.
Corbin spends the winter trying to fill the warehouse up
with Corbin seats so that they
can reduce shipping time on orders during the summer. With
the wide range of options available on the Corbin
seats, this is no easy task, but they try.
Corbin seats Florida Showroom
The Corbin seats Taj Mahal on
Main street in Daytona, FL is quite a place. During Bike
Week and Biketoberfest, Corbin leaves the parking lot open
in front of the store so you have a place to put your scoot.
Something to note is the low fence that is just perfect
for parking your posterior while you watch the crowds mill
by (See, Mike's lookin' after your rear even when you're
not on your bike.) Now, don't forget to stop by and check
things out this year during bike week, they may have a couple
of surprises for you in the Corbin seats showroom.