Vargo Titanium Dig Dig Tool

Aug 30, 2017

Category: Gear

Purposed as a handy tool for digging everything from catholes while out in the wilderness to securing your shelter to uprooting weeds, roots and the like, the Vargo Dig Dig Tool is a convenient trowel you won’t soon leave behind before heading out for the next backcountry adventure.

The entire piece is actually modeled after the Japanese Hori-Hori Knife and is made from incredibly strong yet lightweight titanium. Additionally, its ergonomic design ensures the rounded handle doesn’t dig uncomfortably into your hand while using the device. You can even use it as a tent stake thanks to the Dig Dig’s U-shape design that keeps it secure in both hard and soft soils. The entire piece measures in at 8.1 inches long x 1.7 inches wide and weighs a barely noticeable 1.25 ounces. So small and lightweight in fact, that you won’t even know it’s there until you actually need to use the Vargo. Can you dig it?

Purchase: $25

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