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Spear Head Spade
Ergonomic Pointed Garden Spade

Ergonomic grip · The best parts of a shovel and a spade · Cuts through roots

An ergonomic pointed spade shovel means more gardening with less pain. The sharp angled head powerfully slices tough soil and gnarly roots when planting, edging, weeding, or transplanting flora large or small, and this shovel requires up to 80% less effort than a typical one.

  • Instructions: Use as you would use a regular shovel/spade. The original length is great for women of average height or less, long handle preferred by taller people, mini is perfect for planting bulbs and small quart- to gallon-size plants or for teaching children gardening
  • Reduces digging effort by up to 80%
  • Entry angle finds path of least resistance
  • Secondary angles gradually wedge and burrow through the most challenging conditions
  • Durable and lightweight reinforced fiberglass handles
  • Pre-sharpened at a 35 degree angle for a durable and effective edge
  • Lightweight cushioned grip features UV inhibitors that allow it to withstand the harshest outdoor conditions
  • Original & Long: Made in the USA with imported materials; Mini: Made in China




Mini: 30" x 6" x 2"; Original: 40" x 9" x 3"; Long: 58" x 9" x 3"


Mini: 2 lbs; Original 3.59 lbs; Long: 3.8 lbs


Handle: Pultruded fiberglass, steel; Blade: Carbon manganese steel


Spear Head Spade

Spear Head Spade was Maker Daniel Mathieu’s solution to keeping up with his favorite hobby. Gardening at 85 years old with two artificial knees and hips was becoming more difficult, and the rocky New England soil wasn’t helping, either. Rather than give in, Daniel dug in by inventing an easy-to-use shovel. This garden shovel has a pointed spear tip and angled edges that penetrate tough soil conditions, including rocks and roots, with up to 80 percent less labor. Pick a spade length that suits your height and garden type. Whether you’re edging a flower bed, cutting turf, weeding, planting something new, or transplanting perennials, this ergonomic tool will be your go-to gardening helper.