Three Cane Hardwood Pack- Mixed Heights (See description)

Three Cane Hardwood Pack- Mixed Heights (See description)

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The Brazos Bargain Three Hardwood Cane Pack may have some slight character issues, bends, and minor finish issues. Typically these are giftable quality, but not quite up to the standard of our regular priced items. We make no claim on the quality, though they are all made according to our standards. All canes are strong and ready to be used. The photo is a representation of a typical Bargain Three Hardwood Cane Mega Pack. The pack you receive will not be the exact one pictured here, but will be similar (quantities will be the same, with 3 canes in each pack). Cane Handle styles will vary. There are three canes included with this Pack. The canes are from both our "Free Form" and "Traditional" line of walking canes. Cane sizes are can be 37", 34", or 40" as cane sizes will vary. (If you are needing specific sizes, please feel free to leave a note or give us a call when you place your order and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.)

To be sure, determining the right size walking stick or can be a subjective art form. What feels right for one person may feel horrible for another. However, with almost two decades of experience in making handcrafted, wooden walking sticks and canes, you can be sure that we have some opinions on the matter!

Walking Sticks

  • For small children and shorter adults, we generally recommend a 41-inch stick.
  • For people who are shorter than 5’4″, we recommend a 48-inch stick.
  • For people who are between 5’4″ and 5’11”, we recommend a 55-inch stick.
  • For adults over 5’11”, we recommend a 58-inch stick.

Walking Canes

  • For people who are shorter than 5’4″, we recommend a our lighter 34-inch canes
  • For people who are between 5’4″ and 6’, we recommend our standard 37-inch canes as the best starting point.
  • For adults over 6’, we offer 40-inch canes.

Cane sizing is best achieved by standing up nice and straight, relaxing your arm naturally to the side, and having someone measure the distance from your wrist to the floor.

Again, let me reiterate, the sizing recommendations listed above are only suggestions. For people needing step-by-step support, it’s best to consult your doctor or another medical professional about your exact sizing needs.