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Product description

Brazos Walking Sticks Free Form Maple Wood Walking Stick The Free Form Maple Walking Stick is a rustic, lightweight walking staff with durability along with natural beauty. While still considered a hardwood, maple wood is on the softer side, which gives it its lightweight characteristic. Each piece of maple is carefully selected, cut, sanded and sprayed with a protective clear coat lacquer, bring out its best features. The Free Form Maple Walking Stick is a perfect choice for those seeking ease of handling and reliability that will last for years to come. Its distinctive, dark bark coupled with its creamy wood make for a visually appealing staff. Made in America, One at a Time Unlike sterile, lifeless metal canes and poles, Brazos walking sticks 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 stick is a work of art and no two are exactly alike. 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. How to Size a Walking Stick Sizing a walking stick is largely a matter of personal preference, but we do offer recommendations based on our 20 years' experience: 41" is primarily for children; 48" for adults up to 5'4"; 55" for adults between 5'4" and 5'11"; and 58" for adults taller than 5'11".

Brazos 55" Free Form Maple Wood Walking Stick Hiking Trekking Po

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