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US Navy Cane - Blue Adjustable Aluminum Walking Cane

$19

US Navy Cane - Blue Adjustable Aluminum Walking Cane

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Product description

US Navy Cane - "Non Sibi Sed Partriae" on one side and "US Navy" with insignia on the other side of this Deep Blue shaft with black Fritz handle for comfort. Adjustable height from 31"-40". Weight capacity 250lbs.

US Navy Cane - Blue Adjustable Aluminum Walking Cane

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