ALL WOOD TYPES

Our rancher is a mid to dark stained red oak. Arguably the most popular hardwood in the United States. It does not have a high gloss finish and is a great option for those preferring a more rustic look and feel.
Grain pattern tends to be straight or slightly curved lines and are more spread out.
Hickory is among the hardest and strongest of woods native to the United States. Color can vary from mid browns to very light (almost white).
Grain pattern tends to be very tight with straight or slightly curved lines.
Red cedar is one of our more unique woods. A beautiful mix of light reds with the occasional white streaks. It is worth noting that red cedar is a soft wood and may be slightly more prone to scratching and dents.
Grain pattern tends to be fairly tight with straight or slightly curved lines.
Red elm is a light to mid reddish, brown wood. A common selection and great match for many saddles. While similar to hickory you will find more red tones in this wood.
Grain pattern tends to be straight or slightly curved lines and are more spread out.
Walnut can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with even darker brown streaks. Color can sometimes have a gray, purple, or reddish cast.
Grain pattern tends to be tight with straight or slightly curved lines.
White oak is a great option when looking for a lighter colored natural wood. It is nearly white to light brown in color, simple yet beautiful none the less.
Grain pattern tends to be very tight with straight or slightly curved lines.
Gunstock Walnut is by far one of our most popular selections. A beautiful mix of mid to very dark browns. Similar to tiger maple below, though more sporadic, figuring in the grain creates a very unique three dimensional effect.
Grain is very random and tends to be curvy with an array of different patterns.
Birds Eye Maple is a figuring found in Sugar Maple. Light in color, it normally has a wavy and curly grain with tiny knots all over creating the bird eyes! A very eye catching wood and one to see in person.
Grain is random and tends to be curvy with an array of different patterns.
Bocote, with its striking, zebra-like contrasts, and bold figuring, is a very eye-catching wood. It has a yellowish brown body with dramatic dark brown to almost black stripes.
Grain is very random and tends to be curvy with an array of different patterns.
Chechen is a highly durable wood with varied reds, oranges, golds and browns contrasted with darker stripes of blackish brown.
Grain is very random and tends to be curvy with an array of different patterns.
Tiger Maple is a description of a figure in the grain found in all types of maple. The ripples in the grain create a three dimensional effect that give an appearance of tiger stripes. Pictures do not capture this woods full beauty.
Grain is random and tends to be curvy with an array of different patterns.