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It tackled Texas dirt in the dead head of summer, which I've been told is roughly equivalent. It's a surprisingly sturdy poop trowel for the cost.
Andrew Fox
· December 1, 2015
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Not a 100% sure i dont see why not i travel often by plane it should be fine ..its not consider a knife or a power tool.
jason
· March 16, 2017
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1.74oz
Joel
· March 22, 2016
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Scale weight is 2 oz.
Campmor
Seller · February 24, 2016
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Before. Then squat over the hole. Here's a more detailed explanation:
http://sectionhiker.com/how-to-dig-a-cathole/

Sam
· April 25, 2017
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I have never been able to get deeper than 6" in High Sierra dirt. I have broken two of these. That's why I switched to the GSI brand trowel. It seems stronger.
Hound Dog
· June 25, 2016
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You would be correct to be concerned about the effectiveness of the plastic trowel in the hard ground of Colorado. Instead look at: COLEMAN EXPONENT HAND TROWEL SHOVEL

https://www.amazon.com/Coleman-8552-500-Exponent-Hand-Shovel/dp/B001H55KRU/ref=sr_1_5?m=AAAHQWPDRAVP0&s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1506523755&sr=1-5&… see more
You would be correct to be concerned about the effectiveness of the plastic trowel in the hard ground of Colorado. Instead look at: COLEMAN EXPONENT HAND TROWEL SHOVEL

https://www.amazon.com/Coleman-8552-500-Exponent-Hand-Shovel/dp/B001H55KRU/ref=sr_1_5?m=AAAHQWPDRAVP0&s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1506523755&sr=1-5&keywords=shovel see less
You would be correct to be concerned about the effectiveness of the plastic trowel in the hard ground of Colorado. Instead look at: COLEMAN EXPONENT HAND TROWEL SHOVEL

https://www.amazon.com/Coleman-8552-500-Exponent-Hand-Shovel/dp/B001H55KRU/ref=sr_1_5?m=AAAHQWPDRAVP0&s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1506523755&sr=1-5&keywords=shovel

Campmor Customer Service
· September 27, 2017
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It is made of plastic. It is lightweight and very durable. As a bonus, it is also very visible, so it's easy to find.
Gal Nechooshtan
· May 4, 2020
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This shovel is tough enough to dig through sand, dry dirt, clay, and gravel. This isn't wimpy like a toy shovel, but if you used it to pry a big limestone rock out of the ground it would probably break. It's about as strong as you could expect from a plastic shovel.
StkmltS
· February 27, 2017