Low-profile Road Zeppelin Seats are equipped with a unique adjustable air bladder system that distributes your weight across the seating surface. The air bladder system removes pressure points and provides shock absorption for the rider's and passenger's tailbone.
I mounted one of these seats on a 2012 Dyna Switchback. The seat pan does not fit the bike well. I had to squeeze it to be able to put in the rear attachment screw. The pan rubs against the fender and has worn paint away in three spots. The seat pan appears to be fabricated from thin plastic that is very flexible. Overall quality leaves something to be desired. Being 13 inches wide, it is 2 inches narrower than the stock 15 inch Switchback seat. I find it to be too narrow for my comfort.
The bag rests on the passenger pillion and is secured in position with adjustable quick-release straps. The surprisingly roomy bag features 2 exterior side pockets and a large top-opening for access to the interior. The UV-resistant ballistic nylon surface covers the built-in reinforced tub that helps the bag maintain its shape even when empty.