Improve Your Hiking Performance with Brazos Hiking Sticks

As spoken by Aristotle, “In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.” Hiking allows us to experience the beauty of nature and become more connected to ourselves and the world around us. In addition, hiking improves our mood and keeps us healthy and fit. Hiking offers many spiritual, mental, and physical benefits and is an enjoyable activity for people of all ages and fitness levels.

Whether you’re going on a long trek or have mobility issues, hiking sticks can maximize your hiking experience and performance. They can reduce strain on your leg muscles and joints, while increasing mobility, speed, and endurance. Here are some of the advantages of hiking sticks:

  • Reduce strain and pain. When you walk with a hiking stick, you exert less pressure on your leg muscles and knee joints. Research shows hiking sticks can reduce compressive forces on your knees by up to 25% when hiking downhill and by about 5% when walking on level ground. Another study found hiking sticks can reduce pressure stain on the opposite leg by up to 20%.
  • Improve balance and mobility. While some hiking trails are paved, many involve walking on uneven or slippery terrain, such as loose rock, mud, or snow. A hiking stick increases your balance, mobility, and traction, so you can move more easily, efficiently, and safely. A walking stick is especially helpful if you have balance issues and when crossing rivers and streams.
  • Increase speed and endurance. A hiking stick spreads the work out between your lower and upper body, allowing you to hike longer distances before getting tired. At the same time, a hiking stick helps you keep a consistent rhythm and walk at a quicker pace, especially on flat and non-technical trails.

To improve your hiking experience and performance, utilize a high-quality hiking stick. Hiking sticks from Brazos exhibit the highest quality craftsmanship and construction. Made in the USA, our hiking sticks are made from the finest native and exotic woods and handmade by local artisans in Texas. Visit Brazos online today to browse our beautiful and sturdy hiking sticks.

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Thank Those Who Served with a Handmade Brazos Walking Stick

walking-stickThe military, police officers, and firefighters all risk their lives to keep us and our country safe. Give back to those who have served you and your country with a handmade Brazos walking stick. Difficulty walking and climbing stairs is the most common disability among disabled veterans. A walking stick improves balance and mobility for disabled and older veterans, while serving as a personal memento of their sacrifice and service. Read on to discover the benefits of Brazos walking sticks and canes for retired police officers, firefighters, and veterans.

Improve balance and mobility

As people age daily physical activities like walking become more difficult. This is especially true for veterans and retired police officers and firefighters, as they have endured a career of tough physical work. A cane or walking stick provides a walking aid that improves your balance and mobility. With a walking stick, walking becomes much easier, allowing retired veterans to remain active. Additionally, a walking stick forces you to move in an upright position and maintain good posture.

Handmade in the USA

Brazos walking sticks aren’t like your average walking stick. They exhibit the highest quality craftsmanship. Each Brazos walking cane and walking stick is individually crafted from the finest native and exotic woods, such as hickory, sassafras, iron bamboo, and sweet gum. All Brazos products are handcrafted by local artisan craftsmen in Central Texas, near the Brazos River. Most of the walking sticks are harvested in the nearby woods of Eastern Texas, Arkansas, Western Louisiana, and the high mountain deserts of New Mexico.


Customization with laser engraving is available for all Brazos walking sticks and canes. Personalizing a walking stick makes it uniquely yours. For instance, a walking stick can be laser engraved with a veteran’s name and military branch or a retired firefighter’s name and fire department. Accessories like a whistle or compass can also be added to further customize the walking stick.

Thank your loved ones for their service with a Brazos walking stick. The general benefits of walking sticks, combined with Brazos’s high-quality craftsmanship and customization, makes a walking stick or cane the perfect gift.

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Can You Answer These Quiz Questions?

Get to know more about what we do at Brazos. See if you can answer these questions!
Answers are below.

  1. What was our top-selling stick last year?
  2. What was our top-selling cane last year?
  3. Which wood is the most popular?
  4. How many canes and sticks did we sell last year?
  5. What was the first walking stick Brazos ever produced?
  6. What is the tallest stick we ever made?
  7. What is our #1 selling accessory?


Brazos Walking Sticks handcrafted made in USA wood walking sticks and canes









  1. American Hardwood
  2. Natural Hardwood Root Cane
  3. Hickory
  4. 93,946
  5. Backpacker Oak Walking Stick
  6. 88 inches
  7. Engraving






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Gain Stability for Yourself and Your Camera

Why does professional photographer, Kent Weakley, use a Brazos walking stick as part of his photography equipment?

A Brazos Photo Stick gives you the versatility of a walking stick and a monopod in one! The secret is that its top screws off to reveal a standard 1/4-20 tripod mount thread.

Here are four reasons it makes sense to carry one on your hikes:

  • Helps you keep your balance on uneven terrain. Some of your hikes to find that perfect shot may take you off the trail where you’ll encounter loose soil, rocks and sloping ground. Your Brazos Photo Stick will help you gain better traction – especially if you add a spike to the tip.
  • Creates a stable platform for your camera. If you’re off in the woods and want to photograph a bird or animal, you may be afraid of the dim conditions and your long zoom could produce a camera shake. Just pop the top of the photo stick, attach your DSLR, and you’re ready and steady for a great photo.
  • Lightens your load. Tripods are bulky. If you need to carry one in addition to your camera equipment and other supplies, your pack can get quickly overloaded. The Brazos Photo Stick, with its two-in-one versatility, can provide stability for both you and your camera without weighing you down.
  • Keeps you prepared to capture prize-winning shots at a moment’s notice. Some one-of-a kind photo opportunities can disappear in under a minute. Like that rare bird landing right in front of you or that buck staring at you through the trees. In the time it takes to pull a tripod out of your bag and set up your camera, they could be gone. With your photo stick already in hand, you can capture the photo much faster.

Need more reasons? Watch Kent’s video to learn more.

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Meet Warren Owen, Founder of Brazos Walking Sticks

Warren-OwenMy wife and I were married in the spring of 1979, and moved into a used single-wide mobile home on five acres just north of Waco. A friendly neighbor tilled up a small area behind our home and we planted our first garden. We eventually moved to a larger place just down the road, but I still began most mornings checking on my quarter-acre organic garden and small assortment of chickens, sheep, dogs and one little Jersey milk cow.

The same year we got married, I built a small workshop on our land and started making wooden picture frames. It was a passion of mine from the beginning to produce high-quality products made right here in Texas.

The Birth of Brazos Walking Sticks

In 1996, an idea for an addition to our picture frame company came from a good friend and neighbor of mine. With experience and training in England as a master woodworker, he had designed and produced a small line of high-quality staffs and canes which he sold at local craft fairs. Given my woodworking background, he suggested I take his operation and expand it.

Brazos Walking Sticks was BORN.

We started as a small, family-run operation with only a couple of artisan craftsmen. In fact, one of them is still with us today. One of the first sticks we ever created was the Hitchhiker Twisted Oak Walking Stick, which is still a top seller today.

20 Years Later

We are celebrating our 20-year anniversary this year! Even though we’ve grown since then and are producing thousands of sticks per year (in fact, 93,946 last year), we still make each stick by hand, using the same techniques we learned from my British friend. Most of our craftsmen are friends and neighbors who work in a cottage industry environment near their homes.

I appreciate all of you for being our customers and believing in what we do. Thanks for your support for the last 20 years!

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Walking Sticks, Fly Fishing and Trout

Self Portrait PictureMy name is Jack Althoff. I was asked to be a guest blogger for Brazos this summer due to my love of the outdoors. I grew up in the city of Chicago, but spent most of my life looking for the best fishing spots outside the city, primarily on the many lakes of Wisconsin. I’m naturally inclined towards building and fixing things and have a great respect for Mother Nature. I was in the Marines when I was younger and take great pride in our country.

I love fly fishing new streams with my clumsy waders, three boxes of flies and 10’ rod. Rushing water requires some pretty good balance. Even with good balance, you rarely know what your next step is going to be. Everything is active and moving in a creek or river. Water depth changes quickly and often you have to navigate rocks and holes. Sometimes, sand and mud even get thrown into the mix.


What I generally bring along to make navigating and balance a little easier and safer is a long walking stick with a tether that can connect to my wader clip. I have a couple aluminum ones, but the wooden types seem to be more functional. They float downstream behind me while I cast, and I generally know where it will be because the current keeps it to my leeward side. And while they are floating, there is no extra weight.  The aluminum ones also tend to bump the rocks as they drag along and I think that spooks the trout, especially on a sunny day.

For fishing, I’d recommend the Brazos 58-inch Twisted Oak Trekker Walking Stick in the lightest color possible (Natural). That way, if you lay it down on the shore, it will be easy to see. Longer sticks have more leverage in general and are more comfortable to carry

Here are a few other ways a long stick comes in handy for fishing and camping:

  1. Propping up a rain tarp
  2. Hanging up wet socks (or other things if you fall in)
  3. Knocking down dead sticks for firewood that are still up in a tree
  4. Catching your hat in the river, as it blows off your head and heads downstream
  5. Lashing a knife to the end to make an impromptu spear or fishing gig

Just a little advice for your next fly fishing adventure!

Any questions? Leave a comment!

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7 Reasons People Love the Brazos Free Form Hickory Walking Stick

With all the walking sticks we offer, how do you tell which one is right for you? Our most popular stick by far is the Free Form Hickory. But why do people love it and is it the one for you? Check out its main benefits and find out if it would be a good fit for you!

  1. Helps you look younger
    Some reviewers (even those in their 90s) report loving this stick because it gives them a more youthful appearance than a cane.
  1. Keeps you balanced on rough trails and wilderness hikes
    Many people use the Free Form Hickory as a hiking stick or trekking pole. It helps you keep your balance on uneven surfaces — when walking uphill, on rocky ground or across slippery streams.
  1. Gets you noticed
    The beautiful, smooth, finely-finished wood makes this walking stick a functional work of art. When you use it, people will notice!
  1. Helps you fend off snakes or wild animals
    Hickory is strong, solid and very hard. It’s what they use to make baseball bats, so it would stand to reason it would be the right stick to carry for protection.
  1. Protects you from falls
    It’s a fairly heavy stick that will hold you up if you feel a bit light headed or weak.
  1. Improves your posture
    When you use a cane, you can tend to bend over more. With a walking stick, you will still stand up straighter.
  1. Built to last beyond this generation
    This hearty stick will be with you for years to come and you can even pass it down to your children. Like all our walking sticks, the Free Form Hickory has a lifetime guarantee.

Why do you love the Free Form Hickory stick? Tell us in the comments!

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My Favorite National Park Experiences

On a cool, crisp April afternoon my lovely family and I pulled up to Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, Colorado. We were staying in Estes Park for a family vacation, and we had heard that the national park was simply majestic, so we knew we had to pay a visit.

As we rolled through the beautiful Rocky Mountain scenery, on our way to the park, we were already getting glimpses of life near the august mountain range. The flora and fauna seemed to be on full display, wrapped in the grandiose arms of the towering peaks.

I had no idea how much an entrance fee into a national park typically was, but we were pleasantly surprised when the park ranger at the front gate told us that it was National Park Week and entrance was free! When we drove through the entrance, we were immediately greeted by nearly a dozen elk, casually strolling through an adjacent field, like something from a nature film. Yes, we instinctively realized we were in a special place.

The Guel children at Rocky Mountain National Park.

The Guel children at Rocky Mountain National Park.


Thanks to National Park Week, we returned to Rocky Mountain National Park nearly every day. We trekked through trails, up the sides of mountains, and all around the beautiful, nearly-frozen lakes. It was an experience none of us have been able to forget – our first true experience in a national park.

Then came another mountain range, another sublime park experience, another adventure. Last November my wife, Brandi, and I had the opportunity to visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the border between Tennessee and North Carolina. While not as imposingly majestic as the Rockies, the Smoky Mountains had an undeniable charm that was reflected all the more by the dazzling fall colors and dense, smoky fog around the mountain range.

At the Great Smoky Mountains.

At the Great Smoky Mountains.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park experience hit a little closer to home, bringing back feelings of woodworking and finely crafted walking sticks. While hiking through the many trails available in the park, we came across numerous saplings with familiar-sounding names like sassafras, ironwood, and sweet gum. The names were familiar because some of Brazos Walking Sticks’ top-selling walking sticks are crafted from sustainably harvested sassafras, ironwood, and sweet gum saplings. Seeing the saplings out in nature made me appreciative of what Brazos is about, bringing The Feel of Nature to so many people across the country.

My two favorite experiences at national parks – at the Rocky Mountain National Park and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – revolved around nature and family. Those two things we hold dear at Brazos Walking Sticks.

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Improve Your Workout with a Walking Stick (or Two)!

Whether you like to walk your neighborhood streets, forest preserve trails or along the beach, a walking stick is not only a great way to keep your balance, but used in the right way, it can increase the value of your workout.

Virtually any walking stick will boost your walk’s energy-burning efficiency, since you’re using otherwise sedentary parts of your body (arm, forearm, and shoulder) to move a walking aid that weighs anywhere from one to two pounds. However, the health benefits of using walking sticks is amplified when two walking sticks are used, because at that point, the entire walking experience transforms into a full body workout.

oak fitness walker

The Brazos FitnessWalker

Walking with two walking sticks (also called Nordic walking and pole walking) involves using all-limb motion with each stride. As you walk, and your feet move in stride, your arms also swing with the weight of each walking stick, providing exercise for the upper part of your body that would normally not receive much benefit from walking. Pole walking burns more calories than regular walking, since several core upper body muscles get stimulated and worked out through two-pole walking.

Key benefits of two-stick walking include:

• Increased aerobic capacity
• Greater muscle strength
• Overall full-body fitness

Pole walking with two Brazos Walking Sticks.

Pole walking with two Brazos Walking Sticks.

In order to make walking for fitness a fun and enjoyable experience, Brazos walking sticks has developed our FitnessWalker Walking Stick. The stylish FitnessWalker empowers you to exercise confidently as you walk briskly through your neighborhood, favorite trail or walking track. This oak fitness pole is created by hand from a single piece of wood, making it superior to other fitness walkers that may have moving parts or breakable pieces. This strong and attractive walking stick gives you rock-solid stability and assurance, wherever your fitness walking may take you. While perfectly suitable as a single stick, the FitnessWalker was designed to be used in pairs, in order to offer the entire range of benefits available with pole walking. Like all of our walking sticks and canes, the FitnessWalker is American-made by our local artisans in Waco, TX.

Get healthy. Get fit. Get started with Brazos Walking Sticks and the Brazos FitnessWalker!

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Meet Eric Guel!

Hey y’all! If you’re new here, it’s nice to meet you! I’m the operations supervisor at Brazos and have been stickin’ around here for nearly 12 years. For those of you who have called Brazos, you’ve probably talked to me. I’m the guy who can help you figure out what kind of stick you want.

guel walking sticks

Before joining the Brazos family in 2004, I studied journalism at Baylor University and worked as a staff reporter and photojournalist for a handful of Texas-based news publications. Since coming on board with Brazos, I’ve served in a number of roles: artisan, copywriter, photographer, customer service specialist and salesperson — to name a few. Thanks to the wonderful people I work with, I thoroughly enjoy my work! But what I like best is helping people around the country to find the right handcrafted, American-made walking stick for them.

A native Houstonian, my roots run deep into the fertile Texas soil. I currently live in a small rural community north of Waco – along with my wife, seven children and roughly 40 chickens.

As you can imagine, after 12 years, I have a lot to share about our famous walking sticks:

• How do you choose the right one?
• Are you a hiker, walker or just want protection when walking your dog?
• What’s the difference between hickory and oak?
• What size should you get?
• Do you want a lightweight stick? Which wood is best?
• Who makes the sticks?
• How are they made?

I will answer these questions and many more! Be sure to leave a comment about what you’d like to see me talk about in future posts.

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Celebrate Columbus Day With Brazos Walking Sticks!

Celebrate Columbus Day with Brazos Walking Sticks and get a whopping $14.92 off of any Free Form Hickory walking stick or cane.

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Top Sellers Starting Under $40

All of our faithful customers can get a top selling Brazos Walking Stick starting out under $40. (The price goes up as the size goes up.)

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Pick up one for you and one for a friend!

This sale ends Oct. 1, so gets yours today.

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Brazos Walking Sticks: A Google Trusted Store

Brazos Walking Sticks is a Google Trusted Store.

brazos wakling sticks google trusted

What that means to you, our faithful customers, is you can buy with 100% confidence, knowing that we have your best interest in mind. As always, our products are handcrafted, one a time, by our skilled craftsmen.


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Some Ideas On Laser Engraving Walking Sticks

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A laser engraved walking cane shaft.

Laser Engraving is, by far, our most popular accessory. We engrave on the wood itself, and thanks to the laser technology that we utilize, there’s virtually no limit to what can be done.

– Logos? No problem.
– Custom text? Absolutely.
– Dates and Names? Super easy.

So when you choose to laser engrave one of our sticks, choose creatively. We can typically handle most requests.

To choose laser engraving for your walking stick or walking cane, simply hit the “laser engraving” button on the stick’s product page.

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Scouts Love Brazos Sticks

One thing’s for certain, scouts love their Brazos Walking Sticks. Since our inception nearly 20 years ago, we’ve consistently served the scouting community by offering group discounts, custom laser engraving, and quick turnaround time.

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Scouts with their Brazos Sticks!

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Raw Wood, Up Close And Personal

At Brazos Walking Sticks we bring in all manner of raw wood: bamboo, oak, hickory, laminated wood, saplings, lumber, et cetera. Every single Brazos Walking Stick we sell ultimately goes through our wood warehouse in Waco, TX, to our stick makers, to our retailers, and then to you, our loyal customers. Thank you for letting us do what we love!

So, for our customers, we hope you enjoy this up close and personal look at some of the raw wood we work with here at Brazos Walking Sticks on a daily basis.

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cedar for walking sticks

colorwood walking sticks raw

pine for walking sticks

raw sapling walking sticks

raw sassafras for walking sticks

walking cane raw shafts

walking stick saplings

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Personalized Walking Sticks

For the past 12 years Brazos Walking Sticks has been at the forefront of custom walking stick and walking cane personalization. Simply put, personalization is the process whereby we laser engrave your walking stick with your name, a logo, or anything that happens to catch your fancy.

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Personalize your walking stick with laser engraving.

We find that customers tend to personalize their walking canes and walking sticks with, first and foremost, their names. Name personalization offers a personal flair to your purchase, while also serving as a handy way to ID the walking stick if it happens to get lost. (On that note, some customers even enjoy laser engraving their phone number on their walking stick.)

Businesses and organizations, on the other hand, tend to use our logo engraving as a way of expanding their overall branding strategy. After all, a handcrafted walking stick with laser engraving is something that will live virtually forever.

Engraving is easy! Simply choose “Laser Engrave This Item” from the product page on our website. If you would like a logo engraved, please call us at 1-800-581-4352. Most one-time logo engravings can be done for only $30, but for multiple stick purchases, deep discounts are available.

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The Poetry of Essential Humanness

Poetry is her passion, and walking sticks are her constant companion. But not just any walking stick will do, not for this native Texan. Truth is, poet Karla K. Morton loves all things Texan: boots, pickup trucks, dusty trails, lush vegetation, outdoor adventures, and, of course, Brazos Walking Sticks.

“I am an avid fan of Brazos Walking Sticks,” exclaimed Karla. “I always, always carry one with me during my travels, my favorite one having my initials, kk, carved into it!”

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Karla K Morton with her beloved Freeform Ironwood Walking Stick.

In 2010 Karla was honored by the State of Texas as the 2010 Texas Poet Laureate, a distinction that recognizes her creative prose and cultural contribution to the Lone Star State. As an ambassador for poetic art, Karla has been featured extensively in news and media outlets including NPR, ABC News, and CBS News, to name a few. She has published nine books of her poetry, with the latest being Constant State of Leaping (Texas Review Press).

Not surprisingly, her passion for walking sticks shows up periodically in her poetry.

I will sit for a while, my forehead against my staff,
With a song of sadness only the frogs can understand

– Excerpt from “A Song of Leaving”

“Wooden walking sticks are a crucial part of man’s history – used for protection, security, depth finders in holes and streams, etc.,” Karla explained. “Wooden sticks are ancient and noble, almost becoming extensions of our human limbs.”

She would know about the many uses of a faithful walking stick, as she’s logged many miles with her staff (“To Texas and Beyond!”). Indeed, her Brazos Walking Stick has been by her side through many adventures, both serene and daring.

Occasionally, Karla’s drive to wander among the flora and the fauna — to push the boundaries, to follow her cat-like curiosity, to see what’s just around the next bend — has forced her to face the reality of nature, beautiful yet cold, and to muster courage in the face of natural adversity.

Terrified, I called out to God,
then waited . . .
but . . . Sun didn’t stop its plummet,
moccasins didn’t slither away,
spiders didn’t burst into flame . . .

Sometimes the nature that must be changed is ours.

And in the golden hour of my faith,
I charged forth, my walking stick, a rod
blessing each step;

– Excerpt from “Feral”

Karla’s poetic prowess spans various subjects and genres, but, ultimately, she writes about love, hope, and the natural beauty that is all around us.

And still I walk by, searching that green maze
for fresh signs of discovery, smiling
at the strangely intimate secret I

share with the earth, and the rain, and the snails;
bewildered at the treasures of childhood
so impulsively tossed aside — that great
gift of play that lies rusting in the dark.

– Excerpt from “Secrets of the Ivy”

“I tend to be a poet of moments,” she said. “Those tiny experiences that would be overlooked, but are so essential to our humanness.”

Perhaps something as simple as a sapling has a deeper, more profound resonance when examined through the eyes of our “essential humanness.”

Or maybe that’s a poem that is yet to be written, a path that is yet to be walked.

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Frosty Grip Loosening

It’s been ridiculously cold around Central Texas these days. Keep in mind this is the same region of the country that routinely gets highs up toward 105+ degrees in summer. Tonight the low is supposedly 23! It’s not supposed to be that cold in Texas, unless you’re somewhere in the panhandle.

Believe it or not, spring is on the way. Soon we’ll all be rescued by a warmer climate as Old Man Winter loosens his frosty grip. Imagine serene walks down beautiful, scenic paths; long strolls through your beautiful neighborhood; and heart-pounding hikes on your favorite trails. Yep, it’s on the way. Get ready.

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A friendly walk with Brazos Walking Sticks in hand.

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We’re not in the prediction business here at Brazos Walking Sticks. We’re in the stick making business. Still, it’s difficult to not conjecture as we ponder world events, market fluctuations, and numerous other variables that have a direct impact on American life and products that are Made In The USA.

Brazos Walking Sticks has been around for nearly 20 years. We started out selling a few custom, handcrafted canes at art shows and so forth, and over the years we’ve grown steadily. Currently we’re in more than 4,000 retail locations across the country, and we do quite a bit of business via our website:

made in usa walking sticks

With that said, we’ve seen a lot over the years. We’ve seen economic fluctuations, the Great Recession, and a plethora of fads simply come and go. One thing’s for sure: quality, American-made craftsmanship is not a fad.

Truth be told, we see a resurgence in demand for all things Made In USA, and the future is bright for American craftsmen and American-made products. People who doggedly purchase Made In USA products are those who like to “vote with their pocketbooks,” while supporting local families and local jobs. We see those types of conscientious purchasers increasing in numbers, not decreasing.

It’s morning in America, so brew a cup of coffee, hop online, and buy something that was Made In America.

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