Anyone know if they've been installed yet? I haven't seen any indication in any recent pics or video of the stadium! Maybe they plan to complete the install this week?
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Stadium seat cushions should not concern you. You should be standing all game, every game
but if I have jackass's behind me telling me to sit down like last year, I need softness for my booty!
You sit near section 1?
No!... Same issue over there, I'm sure!
Butt pads for everybody!
I bought them simply to brag that I have season tickets and that I'm better than you. Plus, it keeps me over my seats and not pushed down a few, I bought them more for logistics than for my hiney.
Why bother caring if you are pushed down a few? I'm surprised to hear that would bug someone.
I'm not concerned about getting pushed off of my specific seat number so much as getting squeezed from both sides so that my 18 inches of space ends up being about 8-10 inches. The permanent cushions make for an easy way to maintain the full seat, especially later in the season when people have heavy coats and and also so your seat doesn't disappear when you leave for a few minutes to get food.
That said, I didn't get them because I'm only using my season tickets for half of the season and didn't think it was worth the cost.
I got mine for the same reason. There are a bunch of fatties and jerks in my row/section who use far more than their alloted width and I am sick of them squashing me. As for the standing part, the lard balls by me are so big I have to stand at an angle.
Claim my ground!
Anybody know how the crowd is in section 18, first 20 rows?
Once you've ordered them for $36, (https://www.ispstadiumseating.com/wolverineseats/) they will be installed the the Friday before the WMU game. The company won't be going out every day to add new ones so if you order Saturday morning bring your own.
And in case you were wondering, the Michigan ones don't have backs on them like the ones you see at Florida or Alabama
will go well with my fannypack
Padded Pants. No need for an external cushion.
Since the seat numbers are stamped into the top of the aluminum benches, won't it be very difficult to find the correct seat.
If a large grouping of adjacent seats have cushions, we'll be relying on counting down from the open spots to make sure we're in the right seat. This won't be a big deal pre-game, but these seat cushions will add to the annoyance of late arrivals.
Get seats on the aisle. That solves that problem for me. I can't imagine being stuck in the middle of a row.
Best seats are in the endzone. I can actually see the depth of a play as it develops, and I'm just high enough to see the separation that a receiver gets. Truly perfect way to watch a game. Also, less old people.
I see. Yep, those sideline snobs can keep paying higher prices for a worse view. I love the South Endzone.
I have aisle seats in Sect 39 2 rows down from the portal entrance. Great for bathroom/concession breaks, but not so good for always having to get up for people exiting/entering my row and the constant flow of people in the aisleway
ill be installing them Wednesday with the rest of Michigan's ROTC program. ill take pics and post but I don't have enough points yet to start a topic haha
Won't have to carry the wife's seat cushion all over before/after the game. Also get propped up a few more inches to see....hey, down in front.
They were not there as of yesterday.