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Cathole Trowel

Serrated, sure-grip sanitation shovel

Cathole Trowel

Cathole Trowel

Serrated, sure-grip sanitation shovel

Item# 2010

Price $4.95
The Cathole Trowel is designed to be the easiest and toughest 'cathole' trowel on the market. Sharp serrations easily cut through matted forest flora, root cutters can be deployed for really tough situations.
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Features & Specs

1% of sales support Leave No Trace.

Serrated, sure-grip sanitation shovel.

Convenient lanyard loop is included.

Product Specifications

Major Dimension: 10.2"

Weight: 3.1 oz.

Dimensions: 10.30'' x 2.60'' x 1.00''

Material: Recycled Polycarbonate

Product Use: Camp & Cabin, Car Camping

Includes:
10 Trowel

Features and Specs

Customer Reviews

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By JesseN 19:43 PM 02/20/17
5/5

This trowel is about as light as the come at 90 grams, but I still got heat from my fellow ultralight backpackers for carrying a trowel. That was until I took a hack saw and cut off the handle. It now weighs only 1.4 oz, which I'm willing to tolerate, especially since there's no telling when nature will call and sometimes I don't want to waste time looking for a decent rock to dig a cat hole. If anything, I'd say it works better without the handle. I even drilled a hole in the top for a loop of cord to hang it on my pack.

By carpediemkath 19:44 PM 02/20/17
4/5

I may have used every trowel out there and this is the one I like best. It's much stronger than the old orange ones; I've abused mine for over a year now and it still hasn't cracked. I like the green color which is much less obvious than the orange, and I like that it's made from recycled material. It's simple and has no moving parts to malfunction or break; it has no itty bitty plastic parts that can get lost in the woods. Most importantly: it's inexpensive, lightweight and reliable.

By JesseN 19:43 PM 02/20/17
5/5

This trowel is about as light as the come at 90 grams, but I still got heat from my fellow ultralight backpackers for carrying a trowel. That was until I took a hack saw and cut off the handle. It now weighs only 1.4 oz, which I'm willing to tolerate, especially since there's no telling when nature will call and sometimes I don't want to waste time looking for a decent rock to dig a cat hole. If anything, I'd say it works better without the handle. I even drilled a hole in the top for a loop of cord to hang it on my pack.

By carpediemkath 19:44 PM 02/20/17
4/5

I may have used every trowel out there and this is the one I like best. It's much stronger than the old orange ones; I've abused mine for over a year now and it still hasn't cracked. I like the green color which is much less obvious than the orange, and I like that it's made from recycled material. It's simple and has no moving parts to malfunction or break; it has no itty bitty plastic parts that can get lost in the woods. Most importantly: it's inexpensive, lightweight and reliable.

Support & Warranty

Warranty

All GSI Outdoors products purchased in North America are fully warrantied to the original owner against manufacturer's defects in materials and workmanship.

Normal wear and tear, which includes, but is not limited to, scuffs, dust, dirt, abrasion, etc., is not a valid reason for a warranty return. Repairs due to accident, improper care, or negligence will be performed at a reasonable charge.

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