The DMOS Stealth Shovel Comes from Years of Trusting Your Gear

The DMOS Stealth Shovel Comes from Years of Trusting Your Gear
February 14, 2018 Man of Many

The DMOS Stealth Shovel Comes from Years of Trusting Your Gear

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When you need a shovel you can rely on, choose the DMOS Stealth Shovel. DMOS founder Susan Pieper spent 20 years on a sailboat in the Pacific. During that time, she logged over 10,000 miles, 3,000 of which were as skipper. All that ocean experience taught Pieper one thing—your life depends on your equipment. So when she saw her son using plastic shovels to create jumps in the snow in their backyard, and when she saw those shovels failing and breaking, she knew she had to change things. She created DMOS with the vision of creating purpose-built and portable tools that are engineered to outlast the user.

No small feat considering Pieper lives in the hearts of the Grand Tetons. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is renowned for its skiing and winter conditions. It also ended up being the best possible proving grounds for the DMOS Stealth Shovel. The Stealth Shovel not only moves snow, it grooms it as well. The serrated edge breaks up tough terrain and ice, and is oversized at 16.25 by 9 inches. The stealth comes in its collapsibility, making it perfect for cars, trucks, snowmobiles, and backpacks. Fully extended, the Stealth Shovel measures 56.5 inches, giving plenty of room for better leverage. Made of 2.5mm aircraft grade aluminum alloy, the shovel won’t give in at all as you create jumps or clear sidewalks. It has been tested to withstand 3,886 pounds of force.

Given its birthplace, the DMOS Stealth Shovel is gear you can trust.

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