on sale til Father's Day
The goal of making a detachable Sherpastaff, suitable for packaging in suitcases or in overhead bins, has now became possible by American engineer who manufactured for us special brass ferrules, designed to be glued into the two bored ends of the split wood shafts. The brass ferrules also allows for conversion from a hiking staff to a stylist shorter cane by attaching a second handle with a fitting ferrule to the lower half of the shaft.
A custom made canvas bag protect the shafts and the extra handle inside three pouches. The bag closes with a drawstring and is tied together with a ribbon
All the materials and labor are American with the single exception of the detachable Swedish-made rubber/spike tip
The bag length fits inside all 28" luggage or longer. Otherwise it can be a carry on in overhead bins. Further, one half shaft be left in luggage while the other is used as a shorter cane during flights.
The Traveler components:
Lower half with male ferrule
Second handle for cane conversion
and Upper half with female ferrule
Assembling the Traveler from its bag