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Top Six Aftermarket Seats - Sit Tight

Six of today’s top aftermarket seats that are lightweight and also easy on your bum!

Sep 13, 2013

Bride

Euroster
MSRP: $950
Source: more-japan.com

Your favorite JDM seat maker doesn’t just sell race buckets but also these Eurosters for the street. They are one of the most ergonomic designs from the Bride lineup with buckskin-type leather upholstery and large knee and side bolsters.

Cobra

Misano Lux
MSRP: $1699
Source: cobraseats.com

The Misano Lux is the world’s first lightweight, hybrid composite reclining sport seat. We think they’re simply badass, made of carbon-fiber and molded polyurethane foam along with a polished stainless steel chassis.

Recaro

Sportser CS
MSRP: Starting at $1399
Source: recaro-automotive.com

New school Sportser CS seats offer the best of luxury comfort with the style and weight of a race seat. The backings are carbon and the seat itself includes nice shoulder support with pronounced side bolsters. For a little mo’ cheddar, you can also get the CS with side airbags or heated seat capabilities.

Corbeau forza sport seat Photo 2/3   |   Corbeau Forza Sport Seat

Sparco

R505
MSRP: $750
Source: sparcousa.com

This beauty is part of Sparco’s street line. Reasonably priced, the R505 features different colored stitching like the red pictured here—a sweet look if we may say so. The seat is also quite ergonomic with plenty of lumbar support.

Corbeau

Forza Sport
MSRP: $319
Source: corbeau.com

We wanted to show you one of the most affordable FIA-approved racing seats money can buy. The Corbeau features an energy absorbing foam, anti-slop materials and an extremely strong yet lightweight frame.

Recaro

Speed
MSRP: Starting at $699
Source: recaro-automotive.com

Can't go wrong with these classic Recaros. The Speeds are designed to keep you comfortable, on long road trips with an integrated headrest, shoulder and lumbar support and big side bolsters. They also come in more colors to coordinate with your ride our outfit.

Recaro speed racing seat Photo 3/3   |   Recaro Speed Racing Seat

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