Brazos Walking Sticks Royal Twisted

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The Royal Twisted Oak Walking Stick is made for walkers and hikers who enjoy oak's stability, durability, and reliability -- and this walking staff is fit for a king! To make the Royal Twisted Oak Walking Stick we carefully choose a solid piece of oak, cut it to size on a table saw, router the edges, and then sand the stick down, giving it our signature twist. Finally, we crown this handcrafted treasure with a distinctive, oak knob. Each walking stick is then beautifully stained in one of three colors: brown, red, and tan. Finally, each stick is sprayed with a clear coat lacquer. The result is a smooth finish that highlights the wood's intrinsic beauty. The finished staff is a one-of-a-kind, handcrafted walking stick that is both sturdy and attractive.This staff comes in one of four sizes: 41-inches (primarily a "child's size"), 48-inches, 55-inches, and 58-inches. The Royal Twisted Oak Walking Stick comes with a standard rubber ferrule for a firm, secure grip on virtually any surface. For serious hiking, the rubber ferrule can also be upgraded to a spike ferrule, combination spike, or our top-of-the-line Lee Valley Spike, per your choice. You can further accessorize your walking staff with a fashionable pewter star or a Texas State Seal.Like all of our finely crafted walking sticks and canes, this hiking staff is made in the USA by our skilled craftsmen using the highest quality wood and time-tested methods.

- Brazos Walking Sticks

Brazos Walking Sticks Royal Twisted

previously retailed for:
$59.00

The Brazos Walking Sticks Royal Twisted is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 6, 2011 at Brazos Walking Sticks.

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