Crotch Cooler with Masonic Lodge Emblem

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Available for Touring Models, Softails, and Dynas. For Sportsters, please send us an email with your inquiry, as we have to determine which pattern fits your Sportster.




Heat Shields…Crotch Coolers…call it what you will. It works. If you ride a v-twin then you know what a problem heat can be whether you are riding or sitting in traffic. We have come up with a product that will really help you out.

In order to install the crotch cooler you remove your seat, put the seat tang through the crotch cooler and tighten your seat back down. Pretty simple. This Crotch Cooler has the Mesonic Lodge Emblem embossing. It has #1 buffed bridle leather on top and suede on the underside, so nothing can scratch your bike.

We are aware that there are different degrees, but this embossing plate was the only one available. If you need both sides of the compass on front, just take “the back of a knife” and follow the outline of the compass leg over the square, and it makes it look like it is in the front.

(Patent number D671,460)

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2 reviews for Crotch Cooler with Masonic Lodge Emblem

  1. 5 out of 5

    Works fantastically well. I ordered this after seeing it on Google images. I have a 2016 Fatboy S and summer traffic can leave welts under your right leg. This works perfectly and fits well also. Not difficult to install and looks great. Thank you Captain Itch.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I ordered a crotch cooler for my 2014 Softail Deluxe as the heat coming off on the inside and under my thighs an be unbelievably hot. Especially sitting at a long light. I installed the crotch cooler this morning and went on a long ride. The thing is absolutely AMAZING! No heat at all! I highly recommend this product to anyone who has a big twin and knows what I'm talking about with the heat. I wasn't looking forward to summer in Arizona. Now I don't care!

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