The first Four seats on this page shows how I have dyed the natural solo seats, to get an early antique look about them. This can also be done with saddle bags too. Click on the pictures to read the caption below. Also please note all of the below: The color of natural oiled, or dyed, finished items willvaryfrom piece to piece due to the nature of leather.
I cannot, nor will I guarantee an exact match in any color, to any items pictured, anywhere on this site.
One more note...
Ok, folks I have tried very very hard to give you the customer what you are wanting.However, I have got to stress and change the info for natural seats.So I have placed this on several of my web pages.
1st and foremost, this is very important!Please understand this; there will be “NO GURARANTEE OF A NON-SCARRED SEAT COVER!!!I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH!!!Cows “will” have scars!Especially natural seat covers!I personally believe that this is a good thing it adds personally to the seat.I will do my best, but there will not be a “GURARANTEE OF A NON-SCARRED SEAT COVER!”If you must have a 100% non-scarred seat cover GURARANTEED, then"double the cost of the total seat order", and I will guarantee that there will be no scars! As I will in all likely hood have to build it and tear it apart at least once, and redo it a second time.As I have said elsewhere on this web page a scar does not always show up, until you stretch it and pull it tight on a seat, or oil it.Yes oil will bring out scars that anything else will not show that it’s there.Then it’s will normally on show up only on seats that have to be perfectly clean.
Natural leather can be almost a pinkish color, to a yellow, to a light tan, to almost a light brown. Natural leathers come colored as varied as people. Even then leather can be a different color from the belly to the back, from the neck to the butt. Ask yourself are you the exact same color all over? Please understand too, that there are variations in computer monitors, so much so that, a red stop sign may appear faded, pink, very dark red, or even a slight orange color. This is called a color shift. This can, and does happen quite often. People also, may have a slight touch of color blindness, the colors you see, and the color I see can, and most of the time will vary. Please understand this when looking throughout these pages. Thank you, God Bless, and enjoy… ~Wayne~
If you are purchasing a seat from Heather's Leathers we will need one of the following as a core charge: a seat pan from you, or the cost of a seat pan. (This could include any Indian/Harley or other make that is in usable condition.)If we do not receive a core from you, we will then charge you for a core. Also, this core charge is in addition to the cost of your seat.