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About Our Canes

SAY GOODBYE TO SLIP AND SLIDE

The soft silicone covered handle has a distinct upturned nose which is comfortable to hold and intuitively positions the hand directly over the sleek composite shaft. This unique detail also allows the cane to rest against a wall effortlessly for quick access; it can be propped up on its nose or side, without the cane slipping or falling over as easily as generic canes often do.
 

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 DESIGNED AND ASSEMBLED IN CANADA

All of our walking canes are designed, assembled and lovingly packed in our Winnipeg, Manitoba studio using globally sourced parts. 

 

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SNEAKER-INSPIRED SHOE

Some people call it a tip but we call it a shoe. The unique tread pattern design is inspired by classic sneaker soles, and is molded in a grippy and wear-resistant rubber. It’s simple, replaceable and works well in a range of different conditions. Replacement shoes for all of our walking sticks may be ordered here.


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 PREMIUM MATERIALS

We spared no expense when developing our walking canes. We use materials such as silicone rubber, cast aluminum, walnut hardwood, and carbon-fibre to build unique, design-driven products that you can be truly proud to own.
 

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 AWARD-WINNING DESIGN

The Chatfield walking cane has been acknowledged by top-notch publications such as The New Yorker, Fast Company and The Globe and Mail. In 2014 the original Chatfield cane was recognized by the Industrial Designers Society of America and received an IDEA Award for design excellence in the Medical & Scientific Products category.


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 Check out our innovative and range of beautiful walking canes and order today!

CAUTION: Our walking canes are not meant to support all the weight a person's leg would normally support, nor is it like a crutch. Our canes are only intended to be used to assist a person with balance, when required. If too much weight is applied to our cane, damage and injury may occur.