Stansport Tri-Fold Micro Shovel


Stansport Tri-Fold Micro Shovel

  • Stansport Tri-Fold Micro Shovel


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HW-01000333
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2.40 lbs
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$16.10
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$12.88 (Save 20%)

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The Tri-Fold Micro Shovel is a G.I. style shovel that easily fits in a backback or Geo Belt Pac. It's a lightweight, compact and well built little shovel that won't add much weight when you're going out in the field collecting and, more important, won't add much weight when you're carrying those specimens back to your vehicle! It well definitely save your fingers a lot of abuse when digging out a find. Blade and handle are made of powder coated steel. Folds in thirds for easy storage. Steel collar locks blade in place. Blade size: 6". Pick length: 4". Folded size 7-1/2" x 5". Weight 2lbs.
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