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G3 Avalanche Safety Spadetech Elle 3112. Then G3 noticed women gravitating to this shovel. Of course The compact design fits easily into a women's proportionally smaller pack. The reduced size of the blade allows women to move snow with technique rather than brute strength. G3 added a splash of colour along with their WOMEN'S COLLECTION signature artwork and created a new shovel; the SpadeTECH elle. It's the perfect match for the women who use it; sleek stylish and strong.
For women looking for a lighter, more compact shovel to use in the backcountry, the G3 Women's SpadeTech Elle Shovel gets the job done with a bit more finesse. For most women, more efficient shoveling techniques make up for a lack of oxen-level strength when digging pits or practicing burial excavations. With the SpadeTech Elle's smaller blade and plastic T-handle, you can use these techniques with a shovel that fits your smaller frame and arm span. Durable aluminum lasts for years and punches through icy debris thanks to a curved blade and handle-to-blade design that transfers more power directly to the blade's tip.
The G3 SpadeTECH Elle Avalanche Shovel is a compact design that fits easily into a woman's proportionally smaller pack.-- The reduced size of the blade allows women to move snow with technique rather than brute strength-- Slotted blade for rescue sled construction -- Blade width: 8 in (20.5 cm)-- Blade length: 10 in (25 cm)
What makes the G3 Womens SpadeTECH Alpinist Elle Shovel gender specific? A fair question. How about a smaller blade designed to move snow with finesse instead of brute strength? Indeed. And a compact handle that fits better in a proportionally smaller pack? Sure. All this while maintaining a high strength-to-weight ratio? Yes, thats the ticket. Those features and a snazzy color makes the G3 Womens SpadeTECH Alpinist Elle Shovel the worlds first specially designed for her.
- Altrec Outlet
630 g / 22 oz
20.5 cm / 8 in
25 cm / 10 in
57 cm / 22 in
6061 T6 aluminum blade, TIG weld
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