Mammut Alugator Pro Light Shovel

Mammut Alugator Pro Light Shovel
Mammut Alugator Pro Light Shovel
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Alugator Pro Light Shovel by Mammut
Mammut's Alugator Pro Light Shovel is lightweight and compact, yet extremely strong and reliable for efficient digging in emergency situations. Its strong aluminum blade cuts through firm snow and avalanche deposit with ease, and is designed to be tilt-resistant to remain intact under heavy loads. The cutouts in the blade not only reduce weight, but also double as attachment holes for building snow anchors or a rescue sled. An ergonomically-shaped grip and stabilization ribs on the shaft add durability and strength transfer when you're moving large volumes of snow, and the telescoping shaft easily locks into place for quick assembly in an emergency situation.

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SKU: MAM017Q
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