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CAMP USA Crest Touring Shovel

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Safety shouldn't be a burden.

Venturing into the backcountry requires a lot of gear if you want to be prepared and safe. Take some of the weight off your shoulders with the CAMP USA Crest Touring Shovel. With a shaft that extends nearly two feet and a super-strong, yet ultralight ABS blade that won't buckle under the weight of avalanche debris, this shovel offers the function you want for confident backcountry travels without weighing you down on epic tours.

  • Ultralight avalanche rescue shovel for touring
  • ABS blade is ultralight, strong, and sturdy
  • Aluminum alloy shaft offers rigidity
  • Spring glide system allows fast and easy extension
  • Four slots for use as snow anchor or emergency stretcher
  • Handle slides into blade for packability
  • Item #CMP007H

Tech Specs

Blade
ABS
Shaft
aluminum alloy
Handle
T-grip
Assembled Length
13.8 - 22.8in
Blade Dimensions
7.9 x 7.9in
Claimed Weight
14.1oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year limited

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Good Rando Shovel

    I use this shovel for skimo races. It is as lightweight of an avalanche shovel as you can find, which is why I use it racing. It packs down super small and I hardly notice it in my pack. When I am actually touring in the backcountry I use a full metal shovel as it provides more peace of mind should I actually have to dig through avalanche debris. This shovel is sturdy for being plastic. I highly recommend this if you race and are looking for something lightweight.

    Unanswered Question

    Has anyone tried using this in actual avalanche debris? does it crack easily? does it penetrate the snow as easily?