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so for just making jumps off trails and not really any backcountry should i go with the t6 or does it not matter?
November 17, 2011
does this shovel fit with the ak 15L pack?
December 28, 2009
Definitely, of course you will have to detach the handle from the blade. But yeah, that internal shovel pocket on the 15L is great idea and fits most shovels.
February 2, 2010
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Does anyone know if there are any instructional videos or instructions on how you would use the shovel to make a rescue sled or snow anchor?
By: Luke Vonderharr
December 15, 2009
And the Anchor: http://www.backcountry.com/outdoorgear/DMM-Deadman-Snow-Anch
February 3, 2010
December 8, 2006
this is the build-a-jump shovel. It is a bigger shovel to pack around in the backcountry but will help dig your friend out fast. It will also get the jump built with out killing your back. Great size handle that you can wear a glove and hold or not. I like the color choices this year. Blue is my favorite color. I have owned many of these shovels and lose them or a friend borrows them and i am so lost with out it that i have to get another!
Yes the handle is removable from the blade.
December 4, 2009
Beside color and $... What's the difference between the two products here in the drop down menu? It lists T6/Orange and a yellow versions.
November 25, 2009
The T6/Orange version is much stronger - I have used the yellow version for the last two years. Building jumps and working in the backcountry and it always seems to bend at the corners of the shovel after a season of active use. For backcountry safety you will want a strong - reliable shovel like the T6/Orange. Definitely worth $10 more!
By: knut eliassen
November 6, 2012
It's stronger. T6 is the level of hardness reached in the aluminum heat-treating process for the Voile T6 model avalanche shovel scoop. Avalanche professionals, guides, patrollers, and rescue teams require this level durablity in their avalanche rescue shovel. All Voile T6 avalanche shovel scoops have deadman holes in the scoop to be used for snow anchors or for making a rescue sled.
The Yellow (non-T6) = Std. Alum Tempered
By: Cory Guru
November 27, 2009