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ProHoe 70AR Travis Tool

$89.95

Hoe. Rake. Scrape. Pick. When you need to do it all and have it done yesterday, reach for the ProHoe 70AR Travis. 

The ProHoe has 70AR is as comfortable raking out a loose berm as it is shaping a new jump lip, or putting the finishing touches on your fancy new drainage ditch. A jack of all trades.

Tech

  • Ideal for shaping, raking small debris, digging hard ground
  • 7” hoe blade, 2” pick head, 10” 4 tine rake
  • Hardened steel blade from repurposed agriculture discs (eco-friendly!)
  • Heavy-duty ash handle
  • Made in the USA
  • 5.5 lbs

Customer Reviews

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Bob Starke
ProHoe 70AR

Great versatile tool for the trails. Multiple uses ranging from an axe to a tamper, all in one tool. Wish I’d have gotten years ago.

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Dan Westbrook
Truly has become my go to tool

It really is a do-it-all tool especially for those hike in maintenance jobs. Nice sharp edges cut through dead roots and having a flat edge for pulling material gets used more than you think. Definitely get it in the longer length, and do wish it was available with the fiberglass handle.

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Omar Vikin
I made a mistake….I bought this Useful tool so late in my project

I should have gotten this tools years ago. Well weight balanced at the working end to “dig in” while still allowing me to pull efficiently. Outstanding form and function and tool fits hands. I tapped the handle where my hands go but that was not necessary (looks cool I think ;-) !

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Anonymous
All-around great tool

This tool is always the first pick on trail-building days at the park where I work. It's great for every stage of trail work including raking, cutting new trail, scraping, and tamping the final touches. The only limit I see with it is that it's not ideal for prying large objects. I just ordered my own for work around the garden.

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Customer
Update from my previous review

Still a tool to rule them all. The handle is a bit fragile though. Broke on the 2nd build day. Don't use it to chop wood, or maybe that was the straw that broke the camels back. Worked great up until then for chopping out ferns, clearing Oregon grape and silal as well as digging and sculpting. The pick is good for rocks too?

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