Don't guess you would be interested in the wide touring Mustang, but here is a picture anyway. It looks like a two piece, but it is all one piece. Mustang makes some with the same basic design that are not so wide. I put the one with the wide passenger pad on because at the time that is the one my girlfriend wanted. She liked the seat, but got transferred all the way to the other corner of the country. The front part is great on long trips too. I am more concerned with being able to walk after a couple hundred miles now than I am with the appearance of the seat.
There is a slim style 98 Sporty stock 2 up seat hanging on the wall of my shop. Got a stock two up off a few years later that is just a bit wider than the 98 hanging out there too. I am thinking about trying to cover one of them with leather. The good thing about the older seats is the metal pan.
I used to be sane, but I am better now.
Here's a pic of mine in a prior life with a Mustang 2 up. Can't beat Mustang for comfort.
Jim in Italy
4"Extended Jaybrake Forward Controls
Wide Wishbone Girder Front End
Super E Carb w/Forcewinder Air Cleaner
Holographic Metal Flake Paint Job
Four Piston Jaybrake Calipers front & back
16" Carlini Apes
I have the Mustang Wide Tripper solo with backrest and passenger pillion. This is a comfortable seat for all day riding but it still has a sleek to it. Plus you can run it as a solo (with or without the backrest), or with the passenger pillion (with or without a sissy bar)... easy to change the looks of the bike. I've done two multi-day trips with no comfort issues.