Hello everyone, I'm posting here since I thought people who might practice with sticks or staffs might have some good recommendations. I am disabled from birth and must use a cane to walk. I have a few, but I window shop a lot as a hobby and I like the look for a lot of carbon fiber models. The problem is, I have heard it can fracture or crack easily. I need a cane for support, but I would like to add some robust ones that also look nice. I don't need the cane for any kind of heavy abuse, because if it broke I could not move, but it would be nice to know that it would be a strong one that could withstand a lot, just for the peace of mind. I've had generic canes break before, but luckily in my home where I could reach another. I guess I am asking here because many of you may know existing models you could recommend. I wish the carbon fiber ones were sturdier (and maybe they are and I just don't know) but if something happens and it breaks, I'd be in trouble. I do some solo training just for fun, so it would be nice if I found something that could withstand some strikes, but since I am mobility-challenged, obviously I can't use this in a fight, etc. I know some people who train with sticks have multiples in different materials, and obviously holding them in your hands is different from using them as support, but I would like to hear your thoughts. I picked up a few solid wood and nylon ones, I suppose I should just be happy with those. Just seeing if there's anything out there I am missing. Thank you everyone.