DragonFire HighBack Seats Now Available in XL
To help accommodate larger riders, DragonFire Racing is now making its HighBack racing seats available in both regular and XL.
“We know that not every RZR owner is built like a jockey, so we shaved the bolsters back to accommodate larger waistlines, but did not compromise on the secure feeling you get when strapped in for those who need a little X-tra in the seat,” says Chris Moore, Dragonfire social media manager. “The lowered design also makes for a little more legroom for taller types.”
DragonFire’s HighBack racing seats feature a deep bucket design to give you a feeling of sitting ‘in’ rather than ‘on’ the seat. “This gives you more control over your car since you will no longer have to worry about bracing yourself in turns or rough terrain,” says Moore.
Further enhancing the sense of security, the HighBack seats are slotted specifically for full four-point harnesses instead of a simple lap belt. Race-spec five-point belts can also be added for those who are really serious. DragonFire offers HighBack seats for Arctic Cat Wildcats, Can-Am Commanders and Mavericks, all Polaris RZR applications, Kawasaki Teryx and Yamaha Rhinos.
“Style points count too, so the aesthetic options will have you sitting pretty,” says Moore. “You can create your own seat, including colored stitching and trim, custom logos and even adding heaters. However we didn’t skimp on the standard features and every HighBack incorporates the vented bottom for better draining, double-stitched seams for added durability and our distinctive Dragon Head logo.”
DragonFire HighBack seats retail for $399.99 ($419.99 for XL).
Visit DragonFireRacing.com for more information.
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