Leonard Caprock Irrigation Shovels


Specifically designed for digging out trees, shrubs, and trenches!

The strong, forged steel blade has an extended socket to handle the toughest jobs, and it is much more rounded than a normal round point shovel. With its shallow bowl, and virtually no lift to the handle, it enables near vertical digging.

You can dig out soft, muddy soil with ease without the handle getting in the way. With the blade's solid shank, there isn't any place for soil to catch and build up at the bottom of the shank, like an open back style. Applications: digging trenches, digging out trees, digging holes that need straight edges, minimal or tight digging spaces. Ship wt 6 lbs. Lifetime warranty.

Features:
  • 9.25-inch W x 9.75-inch L blade with a low blade lift of 2.125 inches.
  • Forged steel blade with solid shank and an extended tab socket with stronger double rivet connection between handle and blade for tough jobs

Item # Handle Stock Status 1–2 3+ Qty
IS2A 48-inch Ash Wood Handle: Traditional, easier to use. Wood's grain vertically lined up for maximum strength. In Stock $64.99 $59.99
IS2C 48-inch Tuff-Flex™ Composite Handle: Stronger and more weather-resistant, but still gives that "wood feel". In Stock $67.99 $62.99
A4350 48-inch Tuff-Strong™ Fiberglass Handle: Delivers high strength with extra rigidity; incredibly strong! In Stock $62.99 $59.99

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Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5/5

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from MD

Best Shovel I've ever owned!

2015-04-10

Extremely well built and strong. Used it to dig out buried concrete filled cinder blocks.


from NE

Tuff Shovel

2014-04-23

Our rural electric utility linemen need a straight high quality shovel, for pole setting, trenching etc. A.M. Leonard fills the bill with the "caprock irrigation shovels", well made, lifetime warranty, American made, have never cracked one working thru the extremes all four seasons in rural Nebraska. Tim


from MD

A Tough Shovel that stands up to very hard use!

2012-03-07

This (A4350) was bought as a replacement for the exact same shovel bought about 10 years ago. It is used by a man in the excavating business who said that it was the only shovel that he didn't break! Well worth the money.


from WI

Top Quality Shovel

2012-03-07

Finding the pitch or angle makes planting and various tasks such as irrigation and general digging very easy. I think once you try this model (IS2A) you will never be without one. The quality and sturdiness justifies the price.