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Sabi Sport Cane

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
SPORT takes its inspiration from those differently-abled athletes out there who take adversity in stride. For them, we designed an all-terrain, lightweight cane for those times when you need a little boost to hike that extra mile; climb that higher mountain; or camp that extra night.
SPORT, Sabi ROAM Line’s lightest cane, features an ultra-comfortable handle, precision dipped in rubber coating for a smooth, secure grip that’s hygienic and easy to clean and care for. The SPORT cane has a single-piece, non-adjustable shaft made of high-strength aluminum; the same grade of aluminum used in bicycle frames. Super-durable and powder-painted, just like a bike, it offers a much more stable alternative to the adjustable cane.
The cane has an air-cushioned rubber-based TIP made from the same material used in hiking boot and running shoe soles for maximum stability, smooth walking at any speed, and superior grip on the most uneven surfaces.
The SPORT cane comes in eye-popping colors with a matte finish, making it a fab and fun walking companion for people on the move.

SPORT is made by Sabi:
Website: http://www.sabi.com
Blog: blog.sabi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sabibrand
Twitter: @sabi_brand

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REVIEW:
This cane was not for me, but it is for my uncle. He has tested it for the last 7 days and this is what he had to say.
Mike walking with Sabi Sport Cane

MIKE'S THOUGHTS:
 It is a big change to go from a wooden cane to an aluminum one. It felt like it was smaller, but I checked and they are the same size. I'm not crazy about the rounded handle. I prefer the straight handle for using with my larger hands. The handle had a nice grip on it though, that I really liked. Especially for winter. It just feels like it pushes up into the palm of your hand. I'm not used to feeling that pressure there in the palm. Because you hold the rounded handle at the front, it feels like the transition with the tip during movement is not so smooth. It is something I can get used to over time. I like how light-weight the cane is. Though I prefer my wooden one still, long term use with this one may change my preference. I am just used to the wooden one as I have used it for the  last 15 years.

4.5/5




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  1. Have been using Sabi Canes for years, specially when injured in hikes, they served me great everytime

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