All Terrain Cane
Originally designed for the back country trails of Sedona, Arizona, the All-Terrain Cane (ATC) excels everywhere life takes you. Whether you’re taking a stroll down the block, at the beach, on snowy sidewalks, your grandchild’s playground, or on the trails, the ATC gives you the power to explore where other mobility canes wouldn't dream to go. High-strength design and innovation with lightweight super-strong titanium alloy, the ATC supports you as you walk or hike, giving you the support and stability of a reinforced mobility cane: terrain, obstacles, navigation and more... The 16” grip handle is designed and built for both golf and ski pole grips, with room to choke up/down when climbing. The high performance roller ball tip connects you to all terrains and surfaces. The ATC features traditional white and red reflective materials as users are accustomed to.
All Terrain Cane Specifications:
One size fits most adjustable cane
(fully retracted): 51" inches / 130 CM
(fully extended): 61" inches / 155 cm
21" inches (length)
Cane Weight with Roller Ball
14.8 oz / 418 grams
Number of Sections
Three section folding cane with adjustable grip/handle, plus interchangeable cane tip.
Roller Ball Tip Included
*All measurements include roller ball tip
attached to the cane
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Simple tips while using your All Terrain Cane
Deploying your ATC
Using various grips
Folding your ATC
Repairing your bungee cord
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Heard on the trails...
Penn Street from Aftersight interviews David Epstein, inventor of the All-Terrain Cane. His passion for helping people with low vision in the quest for the great outdoors is truly contagious.
Chris Skidmore from the popular Tech Tips podcast takes a deep dive with our very own Sedona Dave, inventor of the new All Terrain Cane (ATC).
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