SPADE Shovel - Snowtools - G3 Store [CAD]
SPADE Shovel - Snowtools - G3 Store [CAD]

SPADE Shovel

G3 Genuine Guide Gear®
Grip
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Regular price £66.00 Sale price £49.00 Save 26%
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COMPACT SHOVEL AND PERFECT GUIDE’S TOOL

Compact and light. The SPADE’s rounded leading edge, compact blade design, and option between T-grip or D-grip handle make it a tool for more than just moving snow.

  • Rounded leading edge easily penetrates consolidated snow
  • Shaft grip makes digging faster and more comfortable
  • Low profile blade for easy packing
  • Maximum strength
  • Telescoping shaft
  • 6061 T6 aluminum blade, TIG weld

Tech Specs

Weight (kg): 630g (T-GRIP) 670g (D-GRIP)
Weight (lb): 1lb 6.2oz (T-GRIP) 1lb 7.6oz (D-GRIP)
Blade Width: 20.5cm/8.1in
Blade Length: 25cm/9.8in
Material: 6061 t6 aluminum blade, tig weld
Packed Length: 46cm/18in

Customer Reviews

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Chris L.
Go for the D grip

Purchased for a backup shovel; it's decent but a few dislikes: 1) the metal pins are very tough to work with gloves on and I would not want to waste precious seconds fiddling with a shovel pin (two of them) while my friend is buried. 2) the T grip is really just setup for right handed people. I'd suggest just sticking with their other shovel and go for the D grip!

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Brent H.
Great Shovel, Couple of Defects

I really like the shape and size of this shovel. I’m a firm believer that a smaller blade is faster an more efficient in Avalanche debris.

The downside to this shovel: The shaft grip is a great idea but it slipped after only a month and I had to cut it off. And finally, the notches in the T-Grip handle get full of snow, which then melts and gets your gloves soaked. A real pain in the butt when you’re digging kitchens and snow caves while winter camping. I made some modification using hockey tape to get around the later issue.