GSI Outdoors 2010 Trowel- Colors May Vary
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- Use: Backpacking
- Weight: 3.1 oz.
- Size: 10.3"x2.6"x1
- Made from re-purposed GSI Outdoors Lexan® recycled polycarbonate.
- Leave No Trace usage guidelines molded into back of trowel.
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 6 x 2 in||3 x 8 x 3 in||0.8 x 2.62 x 8.75 in||—||1.5 x 2.75 x 11 in||—|
|Item Weight||—||0.32 ounces||3.2 ounces||—||5.44 ounces||—|
|Material Type||Lexan Polycarbonate||Plastic||Stainless Steel||—||—||—|
|Size||—||1Pack||—||2 Trowels||3 Pack||One Size|
A serrated sure-grip sanitation shovel, the GSI Outdoors Cathole Trowel is one tool you'll want to have with you in camp. Created in cooperation with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, the Cathole Trowel is a tool whose sole purpose is to facilitate ethical backcountry use.Serrated edges make for easy digging, even in the most stubborn soil..Dramatically more durable than other backcountry trowels..1% of sales support the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, an organization which has dedicated itself to educating the public, in the responsible enjoyment and active stewardship of the outdoors for over 15 years..
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(I refuse to consider the titanium one. Even my stools are not so fantastic that they need be laid to rest using titanium)
This one is the true Cadillac of poo burying.
It comes in muted colors, so that you don't have to advertise to people 200 yards away that you are "feeling the bern".
It has serrated edges in case you are in remote jungles with dense, rooty soil, that you have to power through to get a nice deep crater for covering your Taco Bell remnants. It even has measurements on it, in case you want to measure the length of your Mountain House meals on the exit ramp, and send postcards to your friends/parents detailing their length and girth.
On the back of the trowel are instructions for "doing your duty" in the woods properly, presumably for when you are too confused, in one of the stages of hypothermia, to know how to properly create a poo hole. This also doubles as reading material as you wait.
The trowel is made of a sturdy, opaque lexan material for maxim shoveling power. The handle is also thick and hefty so you can grasp it with confidence while making "Jason-like" thrusts at the ground, or unwieldy stiff poo-logs that need size adjustment, or at a bear or other large mammal that catches you with your pants down and gets too close for comfort.
Overall I love it!
Cons though: slightly heavier than it's orange cousin, muted colors could get lost on the ground resulting in leaving your precious stool-tool behind.
However I found a similar trowel made from the same plastic at my local outdoor store for $5. And that store has high prices on almost everything.