Crovel Extreme II Multi-Use Shovel Tool

Jan 24, 2014

Category: Gear

So you were watching Good Fellas when the cable went out; and then you got a little carried away when Karl, the surly and remorseless Comcast repairman, failed to restore your service. Now you have a dead body on your hands. Quick, grab the Crovel Extreme II! This crazy strong multi-use tool will let you dig a ditch in your backyard or crowbar open his service van for a quick hide. It’s also a capable axe, should Karl come to.

Of course the creators of the Crovel would probably rather tout the tool’s new 4140 Chromoly Alloy shovel head, its saw tooth edge, or even the bottle opener for more legal purposes, but it’s just simply not out place to judge a man who snaps. The Crovel’s 14-inch hollow steel handle also lets you store key survival items like flashlights, flares, and water purification tablets—ya know, just in case you need to lay low for a while. [Purchase]

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