Heated ATV Padded Seat Cover

Kolpin Black Nylon Universal

Posted by Nick

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Kolpin Universal Heated Seat Cover BlackThere's nothing quite as jilting as plopping your rear down on a freezing cold vinyl seat on your quad. For those frigid winter riding days, you can either pile on more and more movement-restricting layers, or you can go spring for something like a heated seat cover.

Better than your old battery-operated socks by a long shot, the Koplin Heated Seat Cover is a universal fit for any rear end or any ATV. It hooks up directly to the battery of your ride or your power outlet, if you have one. Installation is pretty simple with an easy system of nylon web straps and quick release buckles.

The seat cover uses a removable heating element similar to the type used in heated car and SUV seats. It's not very noticeable under the padded foam of the cover. It has an on/off switch and a fuse to help your butt from getting overheated. One thing to be wary of would be a whole lot of exposure to moisture. While this kit is designed to be used on a machine slogging around in the dirt and mud, I would still avoid keeping it on in the pouring rain or if you are crossing some gnarly creek. Other than that, what's better than hot buns and the smell of exhaust fumes on a cold winter day?

Here's another item that'll make you all warm & fuzzy inside -- Tour Master's electric heated gloves.

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