Dirt bike seats can be the biggest factor in determining the comfort of a motorcycle to some riders and matter little to others. Typically I don't get too particular about a seat, especially for motocross, but the X-Seat has changed all that. Why? Because it is so good.All of this has little to do with the revolutionary method that is used to build the seat. The technique is something like a plastic bag that is injected with a proprietary type of waterproof foam to make a one-piece seat that no longer has a cover. It is like a solid lump of seat with the inserts or mounting tabs bonded onto the mold. The outer shell has a textured, semi-non-slip design and the material is a lot more rubbery than conventional seat covers. The seat bolts right on and typically they mimic the stock seat heights and shape. We tried them on KTMs and a Honda CRF450R in black, orange and red. They are available for all late model bikes and in a number of colors too, some quite bright!