Extremely popular, CWD Saddles are favored by riders such as Scott Brash, McLain Ward, Kent Farrington and Kelley Farmer. They come in several models, seat depths, flap lengths 1 through 5, and standard (L) or forward (C) flaps. The SE02 model has a semi deep seat and is quite popular, while the SE01 has a flatter seat. The relatively new SE03 seat give the closest feel to the horse and feels like the least amount of saddle - it is favored by riders who like a flatter seat, narrower twist and closer feel. Some consider the SE03 to be CWDs answer to the Butet. The 2G and 2Gs feature innovative carbon fiber components.
The standard CWD tree is a medium-wide. The leather may be grain (most durable), calf (soft and grippy but still with excellent durability) or buffalo (the softest and most grippy). Most CWDs also have an integrated panel which offers a refined close contact for the rider. CWDs feature a 3 point girthing system, wide panels that are concave and integrated for a better pressure distribution of the saddle along the horse's back, and a higher cut sweat flap to reduce bulk under the riders leg.