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Posted 18 March 2021 - 01:01 PM

Check out an innovative Wild Ass air seat cushion that uses interconnected adjustable air cells, which allows for conforming to the rider’s shape of any size and weight regardless of the seating position. Such a cushion is highly recommended for riders who tend to ride long distances or travel on bumpy roads a lot. If you would like to reduce or eliminate pain from pressure points, reduce vibration, improve shock absorption, and ensure great overall comfort during your trip, Wild Ass is perfect for you.

Discomfort, numbness, and even pain in your lower back are the things no one is enjoying during the trip. To reduce the number of stops along the way necessary for you to stretch your legs, and make your rides more enjoyable, try using an air seat cushion by Wild Ass. It can be strapped securely to your seat and be completely deflated in situations when control is a priority over comfort.

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Eliminates painful pressure points and numbness
Promotes blood circulation
Reduces heat and moisture build-up
Lowers shock and vibration
Available in neoprene rubber, polyurethane with gel, and polyurethane materials (see Product Options)

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