Walking Stick Bag
The bag is formed of three distinct parts, each being highly practical and delivering maximum benefit to the user. Crutches or a walking stick can be slipped into either of the side sleeves.
The Walking Stick Bag is great for carrying walking sticks and crutches while using your mobility scooter or wheelchair. It has three main parts, which makes this bag highly practical to use when out and about to keep everything you need to hand, including your walking stick. The large central section is spacious enough to hold several items and is particularly useful when shopping. The second compartment can be securely shut with a zip for security, and is ideal for small personal items, while the third section is a front net pocket that allows easy access to the items being held there. A walking stick or crutches can be slipped into either of the side sleeves and the broad reflective strip across the bag ensures safety and security if used in the evening.
This bag fits perfectly to the back of a mobility scooter or wheelchair due to the adjustable straps. The main compartment is a good shape giving the maximum space for storage. Supplied with two handy walking stick/crutch/umbrella holders. It is suitable for scooters with or without a headrest.
Benefits of the Walking Stick Bag
- Suitable for crutches and walking sticks
- Suitable for wheelchairs and most mobility scooters
- Two side sleeves on either side to hold walking sticks/crutches
- 3 part bag to hold all you need when out and about
- Zipped front compartment for security and additional safety
- Net Pocket for easy to reach items
- Reflective safety strip if out in inclement weather or at night
- 1 x Splash Walking Stick Bag
- Bag width – 37cm (14.5″)
- Bag height – 43cm (17″)
- Bag depth – 10cm (4″)
For those requiring more space, this bag is also available as a Walking Stick Bag Extra Large
Colour Choices: Black | Grey
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