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As the last of the snow melts away here in Jackson Hole, we’ve begun our end-of-winter rituals. We’re packing away our heavy jackets, storing our skis in the garage, and beginning to (slowly) pull out our rafting gear and flip flops. We do the gear shuffle every spring and every fall because so many of these things really just have one job, or at least they only do one job really well. We've come to expect things to have one purpose.   But if we’re honest, we’ve always admired the products that stick with us all year. Those dependable, workhorse items that show up...

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When spring finally arrives, we know there's always some projects waiting for us under those quickly melting snowbanks. So whether it's for work or play, here are five ways to keep that Stealth Shovel working this spring:  1. Smoothing and Grooming Dirt Jumps Those jumps won't maintain themselves. And after a long winter, you'll have some work to do. Stealth is perfectly designed for shaping lips and smoothing trannys.  2. Yard Work From planting a garden to digging weeds and cleaning corrals, there's probably some dirty work to be done. Dig, rake, till, plant--whatever it is, we've gotcha covered.  3. Car Camping  Finally!...

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Cutter’s Camp is the annual meeting of the minds for park builders around the country at Timberline Resort on Mt. Hood. It’s a time for snowcat drivers to test new cats, terrain park managers to check out new tools, and for everyone to reflect on the past season. DMOS collective joined the group of over 65 builders to introduce the Stealth Shovel and see firsthand what goes into a park every night when the sun goes down. Each day of the conference the attending crews load up in a snowcat and head up to the glaciers for hands on building and workshops....

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