CWD UNVEILS NEW DESIGN FOR THE DYNAMIC® RANGE

January 26, 2018

Surrounded by sketches and plans, CWD’s R&D team has spent the past year working flat out on the new design for the Dynamick® range, never losing sight of their objectives and the desire for ever-greater performance. A new look for both the 2Gs and the Mademoiselle, each deferring to the other to produce a range that is more dynamic, with improved close contact and comfort for both horse and rider. A single line for the entire range – more refined and more attractive.

Performance and beauty are in the detail

The new design for the Dynamick® range (2Gs and Mademoiselle) is being launched at this year’s Paris Horse Show. It echoes the Dynamick® saddle-tree itself, with the flowing line of its knee blocks and the new, more technical look of the saddle flap reinforcement that underscored the line of the stirrup leathers and gives a visual signature to top-level sport by CWD.

The Mademoiselle takes the lead from the 2Gs, with a simpler, more pleasingly curved knee roll, while the 2Gs borrows the Mademoiselle’s fine stitching to highlight the trajectory of the stirrup leathers and their carbon keepers.

In both models, the saddle flap reinforcement has been redesigned to improve the shape of the flap and reduce its thickness. This allows greater freedom at calf-level and improved comfort for the entire leg.

Integrated fastenings and redesigned cantle protector

The cantle protector has also been given a more modern look in keeping with the silhouette of the seat. The stitching around the cantle on the Mademoiselle is more discreet and chic, doing away with the colored seat stream. The rear of the 2Gs saddle remains unchanged but its carbon cantle is more streamline and sporty. Throughout the range, panel screws have been replaced by a more integrated system of fastening that enables the saddle to sit better and more comfortably on the horses’ back.

Sensation is taken to a whole new level with the Dynamick® saddle-tree’s finer points and comfort. Why don’t you give it a try?

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