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Built to last through even the most extreme conditions, the SnoBoss 26-inch high-capacity blade with steel wear strip allows for the removal of more snow in less time and is constructed using only high quality resins. Together, the blade and handle provide optimal design integrity and do so with no unwanted screws, nuts, rivets, or edges. And it's even reversible. Just turn it over, and it's ideal for scraping tight areas, such as steps and porches. Nothing works harder, or more comfortably, to keep snow from getting in your way. SnoBoss 4-way snow shovel 26" wide High-capacity blade with steel wear strip Aluminum handle is lightweight but highly durable Two grips allow for optimal hand placement and ergonomic shoveling Footstep provides necessary leverage for heavier loads 50% lighter than a sleigh shovel Can be used as a pusher or a shovel Unique foot step for maximum leverage Single piece lightweight U-shaped aluminum handle Ergo designed mid grip and end grip for optimal hand placement & back posture while lifting. Specifications: Handle Length: 43" Width: 25.75" Length: 8.5" Height: 56.28"
Most Versatile snow tool on the market. It-foots a shovel, pusher and snow sled all in one tool. Multi grip handle allows you to push, lift and throw snow from your optimal ergonomic position. Nothing in the market can compete with this new innovative design. Show your driveway who-foots boss.
Meh... was super excited for this. Slightly warped, and metal edge on bottom catches on concrete. I had to bend it back and grind it a bit to get it to mosey over the driveway... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeremy
Did not have the opportunity to use this shovel because of unexpected but delightful end to the winter season but we'll see next winter.Published 3 months ago by T-Man
I've wanted this shovel for like two years I got it just as winter was ending, when the "decent" shovel I had at the time broke, and I love it, I wish I would've got it... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tim Russell jr
After one season, this shovel has held up. Handle placement for lifting/throwing worked well for me. Pushing, at first, did not go well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Peter A. Caci