The ADVENTURE style Moto-Skiveez® are developed for a riding position where the knee drops over the seat and below the hip joint. This riding position places additional weight bearing and pressure in the area of the inner thighs/upper groin. The ADVENTURE style is optimized to reduce chafing in this area.
Recommended motorcycles for this style are both modern dual sport and classic motorcycle as well as many modern sport touring motorcycles. This design functions best for any riding style where you may experience discomfort in the inner thigh region as well as the main seating area.
The Moto-Skiveez® pad for the ADVENTURE style is the most complex of all Moto-Skiveez designs.
It is comprised of a base malinga cloth, three different types of foam and a silver ion infused covering.
This pad is engineered to provide comfort and functionality for a multitude of riding styles. This pad is designed for the rider to move from seating to standing and shift from forward to rearward on the seat.
The padding in the seating area of this design has multiple densities formed with both concave and convex elliptical curves. This feature provides added comfort as the rider moves forward and back.
One of its primary functions is to provide comfort for long hours adventure-touring, testing the abilities of the modern dual sport motorcycle to corner at high lean angles as well as ride off road.
Additionally this design features two padded extensions, positioned on the inner thigh of each leg. These extensions have vertical padded ribs with ventilation openings. This is to counteract friction and chafing from repeated standing and seating experienced by aggressive off road riding.
- Surface Fabric infused with silver ions for permanent antimicrobial, antibacterial treatment
- 4mm square perforated foam throughout. 6mm memory foam main body. 3mm perforated memory foam in legs
- Both convex and concave corrugations with vertical ribs impede irritation
- Small (waist: 26 – 30 inch)
- Medium (waist: 32 – 34 inch)
- Large (waist: 36 – 38 inch)
- X-Large (waist: 40 – 42 inch)
- XX-large (waist: 44 inch+)
Sore bum?By: Bob Drakeford on 12 February 2018Why not try the Moto Skiveez underwear for your specific ride? I did! I have suffered a sore bum after short rides, forcing many stops. I even purchased a new Triumph Explorer 1200 XCA looking for that comfort. While the bike choice helped, the Moto Skiveez underwear added to my longevity in the saddle. I have doubled my saddle time, but sore butt is still evident. I suppose you have to give the bum a rest every now and then. Moto Skiveez underwear are expensive, but worth a try as everyone is different in the saddle. Good riding fellow bikers, and stay safe!
versatile and comfortable16 January 2018After a lot of research, I bought a pair of what looks like very expensive padded underwear. Having come from the world of (bi)cycling, I had already tried padded biking shorts. I also was experimenting with high tech underwear, UnderArmour Heat Gear, and other options to see what worked best for me. Lots of them were ok, but none offered the complete package. So I kept looking and reading. It seemed like every discussion of big mileage touring and/or adventure bike riding, at some point, included comments about these. So I had a go. My reactions: a) feels weird to walk around with something this big plastered to your backside, b) seems to put the padding where you need it, c) fit is good, and the material does a good job of wicking perspiration, d) legs aren't too long, and don't have a gripper cuff, yet do a good job of staying where they belong. I don't wear them every time I ride--or even most times. But when I'm gearing up for a trip, they are top of the list.
they help6 March 2017Very happy with these, they where a pre-purchase before the seat concepts seat (that will be my next purchase)! Made 300klm on a standard WR seat just bearable.
Pleasently surprised by how comfy they are on the26 January 2017I ride an R1200R that has the traditional torture rack sports seat attached. I watched some youtube vids on improving comfort and took to it with a bread knife and some foam. The results were not an improvement... I could get about 1hr of riding before my legs and arse wanted to fall off. On a whim (and after reading good things) I bought a pair of Skiveez and figured if they didn't work I'd get the seat redone by someone who knows what they are doing. After 3 hours in the seat I was still fresh and didn't experience any of the pain I'd been getting either before or after my hatchet job on the seat. I'm very impressed!