Walking poles are traditionally used by shepherds and high-country walkers as a third leg - when sidling they provide upslope stability, when river crossing they stabilise footing. In urban, everyday use, they provide balance and protection. The wrist loop stops the pole from disappearing downstream or downslope. Refresh the finish with paste wax and a polishing cloth.

Made by Malcolm Macpherson for the 2014 Alexandra Rotary Club dinner auction.
The 8th in a series begun in 2006

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