When you are choosing what kind of walking cane you are going to use, it is very important to pay special attention to the type of cane handle you will be using. Just like any other accessories, a cane handle can contribute to your image and make using your walking cane much more enjoyable. Have you ever wondered how many styles of cane handles there are, where they come from, and what their history is?

For instance, the classic travel walking cane, also known as a crook handle or a j-shaped cane, is the most popular choice. We now carry concord lane handcrafted walking cane– made in Italy! It is one of the original models, first employed by shepherds and farmers centuries ago as a walking aid, tool for guiding their livestock, as well as a cudgel for fending off the wolves. This cane handle offers a comfortable curving grip as well as a classic look, and the convenience of being able to hang it on a doorknob when not in use, or over your arm when you need to reach for your wallet or checkbook.

From the derby style came the fritz cane, which is designed in much the same way, but with an open end to keep your fingers from having to feel cramped as you grasp it properly. This cane is great for users who suffer from arthritis, or those who want a more contemporary take on an old design. Another fresh great look is the knob-handled cane. These fashionable walking sticks come in a variety of styles and designs in Canes Galore’s online store. From the ancient, antique look of a root-knob cane to a modern ball-clock handle, this style offers the cosmopolitan appeal that few others can bring to any outfit.

Important Walking Cane Features

Quality material: You need to know that your walking cane is going to be reliable and last a long a time. Choosing a durable material will reduce the risk of being without a cane and will mean having to replace it less often.

Adjustable height: Purchasing an adjustable cane means you can ensure you always have the right fit. Plus you don’t have to deal with cutting a cane to the right size.

Good grip handle: This is often a matter of preference, but the right grip can reduce joint stress and prevent joint deformities. Grips come in different shapes and materials, and your physician or physical therapist can help you decide which one to go for.

Additional features: Depending on your individual situation, you might need a cane that has some unique features. For example, some canes provide an additional handle to help with getting up from a sitting position. Others actually include a seat in their design in case you need to take regular breaks.

Over the years many different styles have come and gone, and a few have remained as staples in the manufacture and use of walking canes & sticks. People choose different styles to fit their grip, provide comfortable support, and fit with their personal style.

Canes Galore derby handle walking cane became more popular, as a more form-fitting cane handle was needed for even more comfort and stability. The shape of this walking cane allows your hand to grasp it while distributing your weight along the shaft of the cane, creating a piece that is as functional as it is fashionable.

Of course, there are more styles of walking canes and cane handles to choose from, including ergonomically designed palm-grip handles, fashionable tuxedo canes, formal canes, special gadget cane, military canes. Our hiking staffs and walking cane products are perfect for pleasure or everyday use. The list can go on and on. Our main advice to you is: before you make your purchase, make sure you consider the style of handle you would like. Give thought to how it will feel to grasp, as well as what it will bring to your outfit ideas and your image as a whole.

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