Built on a Great Basin tree, it incorporates a 5 inch cantle, deep cutouts for close contact, short skirts and lighter in weight.. It provides a deep, secure seat for those first rides. It is comfortable and stout enough for any horseback chore.
The Brad Wade is a Northwest Wade with a few minor revisions. The horn has a little more dome on top making for a little rounder top, the cantle is just a little rounder and the bar flared a little in front and narrow seated just a pinch for more comfort. The swell has been scooped out just a mite to let the front concho and seat jockey lay flatter.
All touches a master saddlemaker wishes that the tree maker would do to all his trees. There’s really nothing more we can say about this saddle.
It truly is a work of art and those that know recognize this. All the stops have been pulled and no corner cut for this one.