Natural Hardwood Crook Cane
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Each piece of hardwood is carefully chosen and then steamed and bent by our expert craftsmen. This is a time-consuming process, but the results are worth the investment, as these walking canes are truly unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. The final result is a cane that only nature herself could fashion, and it’s perfect for just about any occasion where a sturdy walking companion is preferred. Each piece is different from the next, but our skilled craftsmen take care to make sure that each walking cane is properly sanded, smoothed, and protected with a clear coat of lacquer. Like all of our staffs and canes, the Natural Hardwood Crook Walking Cane is handcrafted in the USA using the highest quality wood and time-tested methods.
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.
All our hiking 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.
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!
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.
Wow! I got this bundled with another cane from Brazos' scratch and dent room. I LOVE this crooked, funny-looking thing! Mine is thick and sturdy with the bark still on it. I wish I knew for sure which hardwood it's made from, but from the color and texture of the bark, I would guess maple. Anyway, I didn't really want this, but like I said... it came bundled with another cane I did want. Now I'm so glad I have it. It's so quirky and unique looking and has become a fast favorite. Thank you Brazos!
I'll start by saying this is a beautiful piece of wood. But mine was simply too thin and flexible to make me feel safe using it. As I tried to use it to get up from a chair, it started to bend. I'm sorry, but that is not an okay feature in a cane. This might be a great stick for someone who wants to walk with it and show it off, but who doesn't actually have mobility problems and NEEDS a stout, supportive cane. It's gone to live in my car. I really wanted to love this "cane". Unfortunately for me though, this one is a big NOPE. Guess I'll stick with my nice Twisted Oak cane from Brazos. Now THERE'S a cane!!
My cane is made ash and is well built, rustic looking and sturdy. I have bad knees and I find this cane helpful for walking.
I purchased this cane for use in a Tai Chi Massage exercise, but since I'm 75 years old, I might have a "real" need one day and, if I do, I shall use it happily as it is intended. Good quality, good price, nice appearance. I will recommend it to friends.
NIce cane, a very large crook, if that's what you need. Just a bit flimsy. If you need to rely upon a cane heavily for support, the flex in the shaft of the cane may make it feel a bit shaky as you place your weight upon it.
I bought two of these, both in hickory, from a third party seller who picked up some Brazos clearance items. He had them in the 34 inch length, which is right for me. They have that rustic homemade look, while still being very well made. I'm not looking for any trouble, but I have become aware of the potential of canes, particularly crook canes, as self defense items. These are fairly thin and lightweight, but hickory is a strong wood, and I think it would do quite well. I hope that I never have to find out. The main thing is that these are very comfortable to walk with in the right length.
A great cane, mine is beautiful hickory, I like it very much.
My cane is around .85 inches in diameter on the average and is made out of MAPLE. i wish that I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE ASKED FOR hickory but I guess I'll take what I can get... The Cane appears to be well made for most situations, but there is a question in my mind regarding use in a self defense scenario and how it would hold up... I purchased a Ka-Bar TD Self Defense Cane for those situations where it may be more appropriate. For General Use I am entirely satisfied with this cane. .
I was looking for a traditional shepherd's crook. Brazos offered a really nice one so I ordered it. It arrived quickly and fulfilled all of my requirements. It is beautiful and sturdy. I highly recommend Brazos to everyone.