This neat product is a pad that straps around the seat. It contains buck wheat which slides around inside the bag like a bean bag. The aim is to change the pressure points on your backside so as to relieve discomfort. Every so often as you ride along you wriggle about and the buck wheat moves and you have a new seating position.
bought a progrip bumbag dont know the model name or anything standard type black one main compartment with a built in type toolroll, a smaller side compartment and another side compartment to carry an oil bottle etc.cost £40.
could get enough tools in in fairness except even my short tyre levers would not fit.One trail ride OK ,second outing welsh 2day enduro first the buckle adjuster broke so had to tie a knot in belt to try to keep belt tight then the main compartment tore-lost most of my tools bag falling round my ass, spoilt my event.Verdict- Shit Kit Dont Buy one.
I bought one and felt that it made no difference, and my sheepskin was actually better. I reported this to the guy who designed this and he offered that I could return it for half the price. I told him that I had just sat on it on my bike in the garage. The guy was no help what so ever. Would I recommend one not bloody likely, it is a waste of time and money. I know everyone has their own views but, my view is avoid it.
I have used this seat pad for a year. It is the cheapest product on the market, easy to fit, it looks as good now as it did a year ago and it really helps to reduce numb bum.
It is quite thin, so the seat height is not greatly affected and to make it work you just jiggle about to change the pressure points on your backside. It means it takes me a good few hours before I start to go numb and it helps to limit the discomfort.
I bought a gel pad for my other bike and the bum bag works just as well, if not better and it was half the price.