DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel

  • $ 139.00

Need a snow shovel for your winter camping adventure? Introducing the DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel. Snow shovels can either be pushers or scoops but are rarely both. DMOS designed The Alpha 4 Shovel to incorporate the best of both worlds and toughened it up. This DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel is the fourth generation of the 2016 Alpha Shovel that started it all. 

Along the way, DMOS has strengthened the blade, removed the teeth for clean driveway lines and beefened up the construction so that this blade can handle 12,000 pounds of force on the back of the blade before it deforms.

The DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel's sharpenable blade blazes right through the harshest conditions when clearing snow and ice from driveways and pathways. Its extra-long handle (now offered in two hot colors - red and blue) extends from 39 to 65” in height fitting all bodies ergonomically whether you are 5'1' or 6'10. And when winter’s over or whenever you want to store it, the Alpha collapses down to just 23 x 12 x 4", perfect for throwing on a shelf or into a winter gear box.

The DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel is available in two handle colors, red and blue.

Key Features: DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel

  • Serviceable front of blade - thick enough to sharpen or file with a bastard file to keep it knick free.
  • Slight rocker - allows the shovel to be floated above a rough surface like bricks, pea gravel or even trap rock.
  • Polished aluminum blade can be set out to reach outdoor temperature before use to prevent snow sticking. Also, you can spray the blade with silicone or even Pam
  • Handle: telescoping indexed locking 3 part adjustable handle
  • Proudly made in the US by DMOS

Specifications: DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel

 Packed size: 23 x 12 x 4"
 Weight: 4 lbs. 7 oz.
 Extended size: 39"/51'' and height adjustable to 65"
 Blade 0.100" thick 6061 aluminum with two  oversized 6000 series smash rivets
 Connector and grip are both made from Nylon Zytel

Video: DMOS Alpha 4 Shovel

The Alpha Shovel has been on TV endorsed by Mr. Fixit, radio personality, Lou Manfredini: 

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