Shovels are essential tools for all outdoor projects. They can be used to dig trenches, move soil and rocks, shovel snow, scrape surfaces, and even spread fertilizer or compost. Their versatility makes them invaluable in a variety of settings.
People who winter camp, snowmobile and cross country ski are the ones most often in danger of avalanches and need an avalanche shovel.
A coal shovel or fireplace shovel is always ever-present, but its use and value under-appreciated. This buyers guide will help direct your purchase.
If you are carving into the earth, you will use a narrower, sturdier digging shovel with sharper edges.
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It may sound a little counterintuitive but putting a scope on your shovel can turn it into an even more useful tool than it would have been alone.
The malt shovel has made a recent comeback as a tool, being used by microbrewers across the world.