This is a very unique piece of Ironwood!
Fitted with our Traditional Oak handle, this cane is going to turn heads!
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!
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.
Overall great cane. The wood selected was great. As a carpenter there were a few things I changed about my cane. When my cane arrived it wasn't sanded evenly or to a sufficient grit. There were a few small splinters that formed early on that I had to fill and I eventually sanded off the polyeurethane coat and progressively sanded it to a proper 240 grit. With the cane sanded well I applied 3 coats of Danish oil and nowy cane is quite literally better than new. There were a few small mistakes that my perfectionist eye spotted, but they were small beans. The Brazos medallion was set in unevenly, the right side was a mm or so taller than the left, I corrected this by sanding it down flush, I think it looks better silver anyhow. There was also a cut mark just below the knot where it appears the woodsmen considered cutting out the knot, it may add to the asthetic appeal but I wish there wasn't a half inch deep saw cut just below the knot. The handle needed alot of sanding and a better protective coat, I really hate polyeurethane especially when applied to a poorly sanded piece. Overall though I am now very happy with my cane and I think most anybody else wouldn't have noticed the flaws.