Allison interviews Dave Epstein from Awarewolf about their All Terrain Cane (ATC). Originally designed for the backcountry trails of Sedona, Arizona, the ATC also works well on the beach, on snowy sidewalks, in playgrounds, or just with a stroll down the block. The ATC is designed with a titanium alloy making it a very light and high-strength mobility cane that provides substantial support and stability. The 16” grip handle is designed for both golf and ski pole grips, with room to choke up/down when climbing. The ATC includes a high-performance roller ball tip that connects you to all terrains and surfaces. It features traditional white and red reflective materials as users are accustomed to.
After the interview, Allison asked Dave how much the All Terrain Cane costs (she had been worried it would be very expensive when she heard titanium), and he said it’s only $120!
The setting is the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference show floor at the Marriott in Anaheim, CA.
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