AtlantaCutlery.com carries umbrellas and canes. Many of these fine canes and umbrellas hide a personal defense secret. Not just for keeping dry, you can walk securely with these unique accessories.
This fantasy cane has a solid hand-finished aluminum head and a durable wood shaft painted black.
This ornate cane has a plated sterling silver cane head & fittings, and spiral-carved black horn handle. Hidden inside the head is a small pair of bone dice.
This cane's shaft is seamless aluminum; grip and pommel head are solid aluminum. Non-slip rubber tip. Overall 36 inches.
This cane is solidly constructed of wood with a black finish. The sculpted cane head is that of an ominous fist and molded in metal, which is imposing enough to ward off the toughest of criminals. Overall 36-3/4 inches.
This stout, lightweight aluminum cane is the perfect walking companion with two unique features - a whistle and a spring loader carabiner latch that enables you to attach a dog leash or car keys directly to the grip.
This Sword Cane has hidden die in the handle with sterling silver fittings, a horn handle, and engraved scroll work stating my good luck charm. Includes a hidden triangular blade. Overall 37 inches.
This Cold Steel Walkabout is made from nearly indestructible polypropylene. The handsome wood grain texture provides an excellent grip without sacrificing comfort or ease of use and its simple one-piece construction makes it unbelievably tough while still remaining light enough to carry and use all day!
This Hook Self-Defense Cane is constructed of strong fiber-filled nylon making it almost indestructible. The end of the hook comes to a point which really grabs onto opponents.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: On Her Majesty's Service Walking Cane
I'm 77. I walk with a cane daily. This one is so gorgeous and unusual, it will be for special occasions only. Extremely well made. Order processing and delivery were easy. The packing was genuinely serious to protect a valuable collectable. Thank you, so much.
Reviewed by: Maurice, March 15, 2019