[Nfbk] Where to Get a Cane

slery slerythema at gmail.com
Fri Apr 8 03:45:48 UTC 2016

I get my braille paper from APH and Star Continuous Cards for tractor fed
paper. They both have very good boxes that protect the paper during shipping
(though I usually pick up my paper when I get it from APH).


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Subject: [Nfbk] Where to Get a Cane

Hi All,

I need to buy a new cane and some braille paper. I tried the NFB website,
but their cane selection doesn't include the good old fashioned, solid,
aluminum folding cane. They have some weird four-section aluminum cane that
appears to only go up to 41 inches, and it has a telescoping portion, which
is exactly what I don't want.
However, they do have a 7-section carbon fiber cane that looks interesting.
Has anyone used that?

I mainly want a solid folding cane. If NFB doesn't have one you all
recommend, please let me know where you like to buy your canes.


Chris K. Stewart
University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D. Candidate, 2016 Senior Staff
Editor, Kentucky Law Journal Co-President, American Constitution Society
President, Election Law Society California Institute of the Arts, B.F.A.

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