The Sure Foot & Sure Step Cane

Our products have a sole!  Each Sure Foot® and Sure Step® cane utilizes an all-terrain skid-resistant sole with a traction surface of 18 square inches -- much larger than the small tip on traditional canes (1 to 2 square inches).  The cane's sole remains flat on the walking surface regardless of how it is placed, and the patented ankle has a shock absorber to soften the impact on the user's hand and arm.

Typically, using a cane requires a person to be cautious about where the tip is placed, restricting where it can be used, and increasing the chance of a fall and injury.  This isn't so with a Sure Foot® or Sure Step®!  They can be used on most walking surfaces, including stairs, snow, sand, grass & stones (but never on ice!).  The skid-resistant 3x6" base will take you where you need to go!

These revolutionary, user-friendly products are made of aircraft aluminum and stainless steel - making them very sturdy and light-weight

All of our products are easily adjustable for height and are able to stand alone.

They provide added stability, greater accessibility and convenience not offered in traditional canes.

The Sure Foot® and Sure Step® are the world's only stand-alone canes with a leg, foot & ankle that walk with you.

The Sure Foot®, our most popular cane, has a foam handgrip for users 5'2" or taller and will support 350 lbs..

The Sure Step®  has a molded ergonomic handgrip for users 4'10" to 5'2" and will support users 200 lbs..

Both weigh just over 1 pound and the cane heights are easily adjustable with snap buttons - the Sure Foot® has two and the Sure Step® has one.

How do they work?

  1. Place cane forward, heel down. The spring system cushions it.

  2. As weight is placed on the cane, it remains flat for maximum support.

  3. As you walk past, the "foot" should remain flat, enabling continued stability.

  4. Walk past the cane "foot", place the cane forward, heel down, and continue to walk. 

You should be able to take 2-3 steps before placing the cane forward again.