This backpacking trowel is the best ultralight tool you need to get down to business in the backcountry. At .6 ounces, it weighs the same as 13 small blueberries. Both are great for pooping in the woods!
The Deuce of Spades is an ultralight backpacking trowel that can easily dig in soil, rip through pine needles, and move out rocks. Made of 7075-T6 aluminum, this 6.8 inch long trowel will easily make the perfect size cathole. Digging out hard soil or in a hurry? Use the handle for 4x the digging power! Out-dig everyone on the trail. This baby can do the job. Be sure to check out our how-to guide for pooping in the woods!
Can also be used to bury tent anchors in the sand
Digs down and carves unusually well because of its thin design
Weight .6 oz / 17 g
Size 6.8” long X 2.5” wide X .84" inches deep
Limited editon Blue is .5 oz / 14.7 g
Made of 7075-T6 aluminum
Made in Colorado
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