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5 5

I'm kind of a mule, so if this shovel is a hair heavier than others, I'm not bothered. I like the big open, wrap around handle versus the the other, T-design and it's metal, full on. As soon as I got out into the BC with with a group and had the chance to test mine against the others, I had to step away from the plastic––although I am sure it's durable––I just kept thinking that I was not in a sand box.

I doubt you can find this feature on any of the shovels, but I would have been grateful for a handle attachment that would jack right into the shovel, for close digging in snow caves. I just took the head off and used it, but it was a bit awkward. Overall a great snow shovel that I see outlasting me.


4 5

I got this thinking, 'oh, a snow saw. I can use it for IGLOO building, but really it is, now I'm told, maybe too short and certainly, unless you're a child, the handle––which looks good in the picture, ain't much when you've got it in your hand. NOW I know that this is more of an Avalanche crust testing tool and not nec. for cutting big blocks of snow–––but I'll still give it a shot and hey, I looked pretty bad with it tucked in my pants around the city . . . thought for sure the cops would be stopping the crazed guy with the saw.