Walking Cane - Men's crook handle, x-heavy genuine 1" natural chestnut wood, , 36" long w/rubber tip
- Weight Limit 250 lbs.
- Crook Shaped Handle
- Chestnut Wood
- 36" in Length
- Heavy Duty
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So I find myself married to my selection of walking aids. I've tried many, looking for the perfect stick. This one is about as perfect as it gets. Light-weight, incredibly strong for its size, a comfortable and handy curved handle, and for me, a preferred rustic look. I'm not a "silver handled gent's cane" kind of guy.
I also have a rattan cane, same size but a little lighter. It is equal to the chestnut stick in all the ways that count, and it too has that rustic look that I prefer.
I've learned that using the pair together, one in each hand, has taken more pressure of my weary old bones and using this method while walking has eased my pain considerably.
Wood will always be better than any kind of metal walking aid. It absorbs the impact transmitted to your other limbs and joints while walking. Learned that as a career carpenter. If you're looking for a practical solution to your walking problems, either of these sticks are a great choice.
Having rheumatoid arthritis, I am no stranger to a walking cane. These are of excellent quality and would consider using them if I didn't already have several others.
They would be easy to cut to size if needed. But, you'd need a saw, as they are made of solid chestnut.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived with a crack in the crook,no packing slip.I shortened the cane's length before I realize the handle was cracked. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Moondog
It was just a little tall for my dad---he is 98. So we shortened it a little, and he really loves it. Thanks, it is hard to find one with a "crook" handle.Published 16 months ago by Judith Anderson
good stickPublished on July 30, 2013 by Hank Great read. Typical Hhiggins. I love his books. Would recommend to any mystery buff.
This cane is barely an alder branch. It is serviceable enough, but not distinctive in any way and feels overpriced itPublished on March 11, 2013 by Dennis Mooney