Ladies & Gents —- Step up your game! Our extensive range includes walking sticks of all kinds, from simple, everyday sticks to fine collectors' canes ranging in price from $20 to $140. Beautiful workmanship! Direct from England. - If you are looking for walking sticks/canes - we are uploading our inventory. Message me 918-527-3713 if you are looking for something specific. We no longer offer our canes online - we have a limited selection in the store in Jenks - 102 S. 1st St.
Select the perfect cane for any event, any outfit, or everyday use and start getting compliments! The perfect gift for your special mom, dad, grandparent, spouse, or friend that will definitely improve their attitude about using a cane. A cane is a beautiful statement piece.
No one should have to use an ugly medical cane. A cane is an accessory and is like matching a pair of shoes with your outfit. If you must use a cane, why not get one that instills confidence?
We have over 40 unique designs, for women and men, to choose from. We also have hiking sticks. Come in and pick out your statement piece. The photos represent just a few of our unique canes.
PERSONAL STORY: My dad never wanted to use his cane because he thought it made him look old. One day I bought him a beautiful wood cane like you will find in my store. Using his cane was never a problem after that. Dad received compliments on his cane when we would go out and he just loved the attention! He was definitely proud of his cane. That is what inspired me to start carrying cane. I want others to feel the same way he did.
HOW LONG SHOULD MY WALKING STICK BE?
Physiotherapists recommend the following method of determining the correct height for a walking stick. The walking stick user should stand upright, in the type of shoes they usually wear, with their arms hanging naturally by their sides. Another person should turn the walking stick upside down, so that the handle is resting on the floor. Positioning the stick next to the user, make a small mark on the shaft of the stick level with the bump at the bottom of the wrist bone. Using a small saw, cut the stick at this point. This will mean that the user’s arm will be slightly bent when they hold the stick. If the walking stick user is not present, for example if they are buying their walking stick by mail order or through the internet, they can determine how long their walking stick should be by asking another person to measure the distance from their wrist bone to the floor. The walking stick user should ensure they are standing correctly i.e. standing upright, in the type of shoes they usually wear, with their arms hanging naturally by their sides. Please note that this information is a guide only. Consult your doctor or physiotherapist if you require specific, medical advice on this matter.