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Brazos Walking Sticks Safari

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The Safari Ebony/Cocobolo/Maple/Bocote Walking Stick is a fusion of rustic beauty and functional utility. You'll be proud to own this one-of-a-kind walking staff, and it's sure to turn heads as you walk securely through serene neighborhoods or arduous, mountainous hiking trails. To make the Safari Ebony/Cocobolo/Maple/Bocote Walking Stick we take our ever-popular Hickory Walking Stick and accent it with an exotic wood handle comprised of ebony, cocobolo, maple, and bocote. The final product is a stunning beauty that's strong, durable, and highly functional. Each piece of hickory is carefully chosen, cut, sanded, and sprayed with a protective, clear coat lacquer, magnifying the wood's innate beauty. Our craftsmen scrutinize each detail in this handcrafted masterpiece, and the finished product will feel like a treasure in your hand. This handcrafted walking stick is available in three convenient sizes: 48-inches, 55-inches, and 58-inches. This staff 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 ferrule, or our top-of-the line Lee Valley Spike. This staff can be further personalized with custom laser engraving, a quality liquid-filled compass, or an attractive pewter star.Like all of our finely crafted walking sticks and canes, this walking stick is made in the USA by our skilled craftsmen using the highest quality wood and time-tested methods.

- Brazos Walking Sticks

Brazos Walking Sticks Safari

previously retailed for:
$77.00 - $84.00

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

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