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Lee Valley Spike

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Brazos™ Lee Valley Spike

The Lee Valley Spike is our top-of-the-line spike option. It features a brass construction with an interchangeable rubber ferrule and metal spike tip. The Lee Valley Spike includes a heavy-duty rubber tip (with fixing screws) for everyday use and a brass tip that can be interchanged with the rubber tip for additional grip when stream wading or mountaineering.

Made in America, One at a Time

Unlike sterile, lifeless metal canes and poles, Brazos walking canes offer natural appeal because they are made from real wood. You can see the fine detail and beauty of the actual tree when you look at one. Each cane is a work of art. Plus, because they are solid wood, there are no moving parts to become unstable. Brazos Walking Sticks is family operated and located in the beautiful Brazos River Valley of Central Texas. Each walking stick is handcrafted by skilled local craftsmen.

Make it Uniquely Yours

All our walking sticks can be personalized with laser engraving, making them uniquely yours. Walking sticks and canes can be further customized with accessories listed above, per your choice.

100/100 Guarantee

Buy with confidence with our Lifetime Warranty against defects and our 100/100 Satisfaction Guarantee. If you're not 100 percent satisfied, return your stick within 100 days for a full refund of the price of the stick, or exchange your stick for a low flat fee of only $10 plus shipping. Buy risk free with this comprehensive purchase protection plan. The 100/100 Satisfaction Guarantee covers every stick we sell, with the exception of anything listed in our Brazos Bargain section. So buy confidently!

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.

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  • 5
    Lee Valley Spike

    Posted by Brian Keith Brimmer on 19th Nov 2018

    Durable, handsome, easy switch-out, & great fit. Worth the money.

  • 5
    Pricey but classy

    Posted by Winter Camper on 31st Jul 2018

    I purchased three Brazos walking sticks earlier this month and I debated on whether or not to pull the trigger on this more expensive tip (versus the Brazos tip) to install on one of the sticks. The three walking sticks are all similar in color and are either oak or hickory but the one with this tip installed looks like it’s in a different league altogether! While the rubber tip has less contact area than the standard, non-metallic tips installed as the default tip for the walking sticks, it doubles the wow factor when you’re seen walking with it. Also, I’m hoping my dad is able to make use of the pointed metal tip when the upper midwest winters come rolling in with their notorious icy spots on the sidewalks and parking lots. The Brazos craftsman that installed the tip (no extra charge) did an exceptional job of fitting and installing. If you order one of these, I would go ahead and order a couple of extra rubber tips to save on future shipping costs. I’m guessing these may wear more quickly than than the standard chair leg type tips that are otherwise standard on walking sticks.

  • 3
    Lee Valley Spike

    Posted by Lee Valley Spike on 18th Oct 2017

    its as described strong tip and hope it will help

  • 5
    Lee Valley Spike

    Posted by W T Williams on 10th Aug 2017

    Substantial, strong, nothing that will catch, just what I need

  • 5
    As described

    Posted by Peter P on 15th Mar 2017

    the spike is as described

  • 5
    Over Priced

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Dec 2016

    Lee Valley is the best available. However, your price of $56 is way too high, considering that anyone can go to the Lee Valley website and purchase exactly the same product for $22. Your markup is excessive. Too much trouble to return, however.

  • 5
    Get the point

    Posted by pjcd on 16th Feb 2016

    Nice spike, I like the fact that you can replace the tip if damaged

  • 4

    Posted by mark peters on 13th Oct 2015

    I regret buying this walking stick! I choose to buy the upper price hickory leather wrap stick! The leather strap was way to short but can be replaced. I thought the leather wrap would look better. My biggest problem is with the hickory stick!!! It was one of the worst looking peices i have ever seen. Just saw today a hickory stick at sportsmans for 29 bucks and was 10 times nicer! I wish i would have just ordered the plain cheaper hickory stick! I will never use this stick! I will say the construction is very good and was shipped out very fast!

  • 5
    Great tip for any hike

    Posted by Sigwab on 6th Oct 2015

    The greatest thing about this tip is that it can be modified for the hike of the day. A 4-5 hour hike over dirt roads, use the rubber tip. A 14.5 hour hike "Rim-to-Rim" through the Grand Canyon (yes, I did that) put on the spike. Works great for any kind of day hike.