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This Is How To Walk the Walk


The must-have men’s accessory once carried by kings, presidents, barons and billionaires is back—and can be yours for ONLY $49!


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hey call walking the “perfect exercise.” It gets your heart pumping, clears your head and fills your lungs with fresh air. Not bad, but we found a way to


make it even better. Before you take your next 10,000 steps, add a little strut to your stroll. Take the Stauer Gentleman’s Walking Stick anywhere and I promise that you’ll feel like a conquering hero. Heads will turn. Doors will open. Its powers will astound you.


What’s the secret? Pure class. Our Stauer Gentleman’s Walking Stick is a tip of the top hat to turn-of-the-century tradition. Today, serious collectors gladly pay thousands for rare and hand- crafted sticks from the 19th century. But only Stauer can deliver a modern version of this vintage classic—that looks and feels as good as the original—for ONLY $49!


Sticks that make a statement. For centuries, no respectable man was seen in public without a walking stick by his side. They were as indispensable as a fine tailored suit or fancy moustache. Well-heeled men “wore” them as symbols of power and prestige, using elaborately decorated staffs to help navigate trails, dispatch opponents or conceal gadgets and contraband. Simply put, they were the must-have accessory for any sharp-dressed man on the move.


The ultimate travel companion. Hold it once and you can feel that it’s not some hollow imitation. Our Gentleman’s Walking Stick is crafted from a solid shaft of imported Sheesham (Indian Rosewood) and finished with layers of black lacquer. The rounded, knob-style head has serious weight and the silver-finished brass features an elegant engraved design that adds flair while improving your grip. And a black rubber tip steadies your stance on all sorts of surfaces from dirt and asphalt walkways to marble floors and Persian rugs.


Hand-carved detail for easy grip!


Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. Try the Stauer Gentleman’s Walking Stick risk-free for two months. If you’re not convinced that it adds sophistication to your stride, simply send it back within 60 days for a complete refund of your purchase price. But we’re betting that after your first step with this stick, you’ll never walk alone again!


Stauer Gentleman’s Walking Stick $79* Offer Code Price—


$49 Save $30 You must use the insider offer code to get our special price.


Offer Code SWS -01 Please use this code when you order to receive your discount.


TAKE 38% OFF


INSTANTLY! When you use your INSIDER OFFER CODE


* Discount for customers who use the offer code versus the MJTUFE original Stauer.com price.


• 36" long • Solid silver-finished brass handle • Supports up to 250 lbs. • Imported Sheesham wood


Smar t Luxuries—Surprising Prices™ Image not actual size.


Stauer Rating of A+


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14101 Southcross Drive W., Dept. SWS -01,


Burnsville, Minnesota 55337 www.stauer.com


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