Reviews and Ratings for Cold Steel 91PDRRZ Lucky Dragon Walking Stick 39" Overall, Red

Cold Steel 91PDRRZ Lucky Dragon Walking Stick 39" Overall, Redrated 4.667 stars out of 5 (3 reviews)
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Cold Steel 91PDRRZ Lucky Dragon Walking Stick 39 inch Overall, Red

 

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Cold Steel 91PDRRZ Lucky Dragon Walking Stick 39" Overall, Red
rated 5 stars out of 5
Greyeagle
Shasta Lake, Ca
Nov 03, 2017
Pros: Durability, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: Finish, None

good looking solid

Since having 3 knee surgeries , still have to wear hinged knee brace , somedays the knee just says "Nope aint going work today" , The cane gives good support , I did have to trim about 1 " off bottom , and got a good cane tip at local Rite Aid store , have got some good comments on the color and design of my Red Dragon cane too . and just incase I know this cane will be a good " Attitude Adjuster " also :) Only thing had to do was smooth the lines of the dragon head a little irritating to palm of hand if walking for awhile .
Cold Steel 91PDRRZ Lucky Dragon Walking Stick 39" Overall, Red
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jimmy Night Night
Villas NJ
May 25, 2017
Pros: Durability, Finish, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: None

Great item very happy

Makes a great cane. I have problems since motorcycle accident in 2008. This needed a little customization (Cut to needed length & put a 1 inch crutch tip) and perfect walking aid.
Cold Steel 91PDRRZ Lucky Dragon Walking Stick 39" Overall, Red
rated 4 stars out of 5
Steve H
Oldsmar, FLorida
Apr 05, 2017
Pros: Durability, Finish, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: None

I love the look of a different walking stick!!!

As I grew older, I sadly discovered arthritis in my right ankle. When I apply weight on that joint it feels like it is full of ground glass. Being severely overweight is no help at all. I'm losing weight but I still have to walk. My largest problem in finding a walking stick was first it's height, I'm 6'2" and it's ability to support a 400 pound person. The Lucky Dragon Walking Stick does both and I love the looks I get when I'm using it. If there were one aspect of the walking stick that I'd change it is what I'd call a design flaw - the bottom on the stick is too fat. I realize it needs to be cut to length but its diameter is too large to take a walking stick's rubber foot. If you've ever tried to walk across a highly polished surface with a plastic stick, you'll understand my concern. I'd hoped to apply a brass/rubber tip but it needs a large rubber foot, like you'd put on a chair, which immediately robs the stick of it sexy look. Otherwise, I'm loving having it and walking with it.