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Walk safely and confidently - while showing your support for the quest for the cure - with this convenient aid to daily mobility - the fashionable pink Folding Cane from Drive Medical. The Folding Cane is a simple, durable solution to effectively enhancing your lifestyle by making it easier to get around anywhere you want to go. The Cane also folds easily for compact storage and is height adjustable from 32" to 37". In addition, this special Folding Cane is colored pink in support of the famous ACS Pink Ribbon Campaign to promote breast cancer research, treatment and awareness as part of Drive's alliance with the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" campaign. Proceeds from the purchase of the Pink Folding Cane will go toward the ACS's effort to finish the fight against cancer. To learn more about the American Cancer Society, please visit www.cancer.org or call 1-800-227-2345. The American Cancer Society does not endorse any product or service. Drive Medical has paid a royalty fee for the use of the American Cancer Society logo.

Specifications

Weight Capacity 300 lbs.
Product Weight 1 lbs.
Max. Handle Height 37"
Min. Handle Height 33"
Recommended User Height 5'4" - 6'1"

Features

  • Cane folds into four convenient parts for easy storage
  • Attractive wood handle with brass collar
  • Manufactured with sturdy, extruded aluminum tubing
  • Comes with plastic clip to hang cane when folded
  • Cane is Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Handle height adjusts from 33″ to 37″
  • 300 lb Weight Capacity

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