Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary Alberta Canada
Edit; In your case, your inseam measurement may be the most important. Sounds like you may be a long legged 6"1" and 275lbs. There are going to be lots of suggestions but whenever you can "try" a seat, I think you should and give them at least a day's worth of riding, get your comfort in the saddle perfect first, then you may have to switch up your windshield next."
After a long exhaustive search; for me, my Corbin seat was the only way to go. I fought it for a long time, tried several different Harley seats, stock touring seat, stock FLTRX seat, HD Hammock and a HD Sundowner, sent 2 seats away to have work done to them, test road Tall boy seats. The hammock was about the best of all the HD seats to fit me but it still didn't let me ride all day without discomfort.
Finally broke down and bit the bullet and custom ordered a Corbin solo seat built to my specs, weight, height, shorter inseam so it was little narrower in the front and I love it. A Corbin seat is like Chuck Norris, you break your ass into a Corbin seat, seriously it does take aboot a 1000 miles to get it broke in properly but now, what a seat. I wouldn't go back. Adding up all the money I spent on other seats, modifications to those seats, shipping them back and forth for modifications etc, the Corbin was cheap for a custom seat.
If it just you, I recommend the solo tour. If you travel two up, the Corbin Dual Tour, lots of options for customization and heat as well.
I don't recommend buying a used Corbin seat, they are custom and the used seat may have been made for completely different dimensions than your personal ones.