Collection: Survival Shovel

What is a Survival Shovel?

A survival shovel is an essential multifunctional tool for anyone venturing outdoors or preparing for emergency situations. Our collection of survival shovels offers a variety of options, from compact and foldable models to larger versions for more demanding tasks.

Why Have a Survival Shovel?

Having a survival shovel is crucial for several reasons. It is a versatile tool that can be used for digging shelters, preparing food, digging toilets in the wild, and even as a weapon of defense if necessary. The survival shovels in our collection go further with interchangeable attachments, which can transform into a knife, compass, screwdriver, and more.

How to Choose Your Survival Shovel?

Choosing a survival shovel depends on your specific needs. If you are looking for a compact tool that is easy to carry, our small foldable shovels might be perfect for you. If you anticipate more significant tasks, one of our medium or large shovels could be more appropriate. And for those seeking the ultimate in versatility, our multifunctional shovels with interchangeable attachments are an exceptional choice.

Why is it Essential?

A survival shovel is indispensable for its versatility and practicality. Few tools offer as many functions in a single product. Moreover, our shovels are designed to be robust and durable, ensuring they can withstand tough conditions while remaining useful for many years.

Examples of Use:

  1. Digging shelters: A shovel can be used to dig trenches or holes for emergency shelters to protect against the elements or to remain concealed.

  2. Obtaining water: If you are in an area where water is accessible just below the surface, a shovel can help you dig a survival well.

  3. Cooking: The shovel can be used as a cooking surface by heating it over a fire.

  4. Hunting and fishing: The shovel can be used to dig traps for catching animals or to unearth worms for fishing.

  5. Safety: In a survival situation, the shovel can be used as an improvised weapon.

  6. Signals: A shovel can be used to create visible distress signals from the air by clearing snow or digging trenches in the ground.

  7. Hygiene: A shovel can be used to dig latrines, helping to maintain good hygiene and prevent diseases.

  8. Fire: You can use a shovel to dig a pit for a fire, which can help protect it from the wind and concentrate it for cooking or heating.

  9. Gathering food: A shovel can be used to unearth edible plants, tubers, or worms.

  10. Navigation: If you have a compass but no map, you can use a shovel to draw a rudimentary map in the ground, using the compass for orientation.