When you get your first acreage, one of your relatives will give you their old garden equipment. Or perhaps your Pops will pick you up a shovel on the cheap at an auction.
Well-intentioned and appreciated for sure.
However, after you break the handle on the first hole you dig, you’ll just be sitting there all sad in a half-dug hole like Frankie Merman.
Living and working on an acreage requires professional-grade equipment.
The Razor-Back Round Point Shovel is professional-grade. It’ll get you through thick clay. It’s tough enough to dig in the hardest, rockiest soil. It features a heavy-duty, closed-back, industrial gauge, steel blade designed to eliminate soil build-up. Digging is hard enough without a bunch of dirt sticking to the blade.
The 11-inch extended socket with dual rivet connection reduces handle breakage. The 48-inch North American hardwood handle provides ultimate strength and durability to withstand heavy-duty labor.
Frankie Merman would have been the king of the nocturnal dirt people with this shovel.
“The first acreage I had, I broke 3 shoves removing shrubs. Not the handles, the metal shovel part. I’ve had this one for over 10 years. It’s a beast. I’d buy it again at twice the cost.” – Craig