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Shovels

Tusk Snow Shovel

Tusk Snow Shovel
~$47+  Pledge Comment

Coming for winter 2018, the Tusk is a compact and versatile tool for getting rid of snow and ice from a variety of surfaces. It has an ice scraper, a retractable spade with cutting teeth, squeegee wings to safely remove ice from vehicles, and doubles as a safety reflector.

Vargo Dig Dig Tool

Vargo Dig Dig Tool
$25  Buy Link Comment

This useful titanium camping tool doubles as a tent stake and a trowel for digging latrines and firepits. Its serrated edges cut through roots and tough dirt with ease, and its rolled handle make it comfortable to hold.

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BANG TI Utility Shovel

BANG TI Utility Shovel
$30  Buy Comment

A lightweight survival tool that incorporates a multi-edge shovel with a saw, wrench, knife, firestarter, axe, fish scaler, hook remover, bottle opener, and more. Measures about 18″ long, and weighs less than a pound.

Alpha Shovel

Alpha Shovel

A larger and tougher version of DMOS’ Stealth Shovel. It has an aluminum alloy blade that can handle anything from leaves to ice. Its versatile blade also has serrated teeth, strap slots for portability and replaceable gliders to protect floors. It also has a retractable handle.

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