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Nova Aluminum Offset Cane, Butterflies Print -EachNova Aluminum Offset Cane - 1167046_EA - 2
Nova Aluminum Offset Cane
Sale priceFrom $23.99
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drive Aluminum Offset Cane, Black, 28¾ – 37¾ Inch Height -Eachdrive Aluminum Offset Cane - 860426_EA - 2
drive Aluminum Offset Cane
Sale priceFrom $12.99
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Carex Adjustable Aluminum Round Cane, 29 - 38 in., Adjustable, Silver -Case of 6Carex Adjustable Aluminum Round Cane - 421421_CS - 2
Carex Adjustable Aluminum Round Cane
Sale priceFrom $25.99
drive Aluminum Seat Cane, 34 – 38 Inch Height - 880838_EA - 1
Nova Offset Cane - 877182_CS - 1Nova Offset Cane - 877183_CS - 2
Nova Offset Cane
Sale priceFrom $65.99
drive Aluminum Offset Cane, 28¾ – 37¾ Inch Height - 860426_CS - 1
Carex Offset Quad Cane with Small Base, Silver - 842901_EA - 1
Carex Heavy Duty Small Base Xtra Quad Cane, Black - 796429_EA - 1
Soft Grip Offset Cane - 727156_CS - 1
Soft Grip Offset Cane
Sale price$60.99
drive Cane Sling Seat - 664953_EA - 1
drive Cane Sling Seat
Sale price$64.99
Carex Offset Cane, Height-Adjustable, 31"-40", Blue - 554908_CS - 1
Carex Offset Quad Cane with Large Base, Silver - 166977_EA - 1Carex Offset Quad Cane with Large Base, Silver - 166977_EA - 2
Flex-N-Go Aluminum Folding Cane, 32½ – 39½ Inch Height - 1118880_EA - 1
Flex-N-Go Aluminum Folding Cane
Sale priceFrom $43.99
McKesson Offset Quad Cane, Chrome - 1065219_EA - 1
McKesson Offset Quad Cane, Chrome
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Looking for the best walking canes for balance? About to head out on a trip and need a folding cane to take on your vacation? Come check out our selection of canes. We carry wood canes, aluminum canes, as well as steel canes. The weight capacity on the canes vary and some of them handle 250lbs up to 500lbs weight capacity. Already have a cane but need cane parts or accessories? We have those too!

Frequently Asked Questions about Canes

Canes are walking sticks or staffs used for support, balance, or mobility assistance. They are often made of wood, metal, or other materials.

There are various types of canes, including standard single-point canes, quad canes with four tips, folding canes for portability, and offset canes with handles that are set off-center.

Canes are commonly used by people with mobility issues, such as the elderly or individuals with injuries or disabilities affecting their balance or walking ability.

Canes work by providing an additional point of contact with the ground, improving stability and balance while walking. They reduce pressure on the legs and help distribute weight evenly.

Yes, there are adjustable canes that allow users to change the cane's height to fit their specific needs and preferences.

Yes, there are heavy-duty canes designed to support heavier individuals, providing them with stability and assistance while walking.

Some canes come with extra features like LED lights, wrist straps, or ergonomic handles for added comfort and convenience.

Choosing the right cane depends on factors like height, weight, and mobility needs. It's essential to consult with a healthcare professional for proper guidance.

Yes, there are alternatives like crutches, walkers, and rollators, which may be more suitable for some individuals depending on their specific requirements.

While standard canes may not be ideal for hiking, there are hiking poles designed specifically for outdoor activities, offering better grip and support on rugged terrains.

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