Complete with fiberglass handle and heavy-duty hoe blade to withstand the rigors of wildland firefighting. Can be used for trenching, grubbing or slashing brush. Also useful in cutting through deep duff, underbrush, and similar fuels.
A combination axe and grub hole ideal for chopping, digging fire lines in hard and soft soils. Ground and tempered cutting edges. Axe head attached to our fiberglass handle which dramatically outlasts wood in firefighting applications by resisting breakage, heat, moisture, and cleaning materials
SMF - 8 lbs. - Fiberglass
BRF-5 - Fiberglass Handle
The Sho-Hoe represents a unique feature in Wildland Firefighting by incorporating several tools into one.
It's a Shovel, it's a Hoe, it's a Grub Axe, it's a Brush Hook, it's a Weed Axe, it's a Ditch Hook, it's a Trenching Tool.
Made with a pointed Steel Shovel Head, two sides of the blade are separated for chopping or penetrating. The handle is made of fiberglass with a non-slip Celtex grip. The heavy threaded twist lock allows the tool to be used as a straight shovel or lock at a right angle and use as a hoe.