"THE ONLY SHOVEL YOU'LL EVER NEED."

-Popular Mechanics Magazine

Red Emergency Car Shovel by DMOS

The DMOS Stealth shovel is full-sized, fully-collapsible, and built to perform in any situation, from off-roading to the ski slopes, from DIY to danger zones. 

With a 30-day money-back guarantee and a lifetime warranty, it's easy to see why Popular Mechanics called the DMOS Stealth the Last Shovel You'll Ever Need.

Get yours today and save 20% off retail.

"THE ONLY SHOVEL YOU'LL EVER NEED."

A shovel is one of the most valuable tools you own, yet often the most neglected. Wood handles splinter and rot; blades can quickly rust. The moment you need it most, the shovel could be at its worst.

At DMOS Collective, we set out to change that. The DMOS Stealth shovel is full-sized, fully-collapsible, and built to perform in any situation, from off-roading to the ski slopes, from DIY to danger zones. 

With a 30-day money-back guarantee and a lifetime warranty, it's easy to see why Popular Mechanics Magazine called the DMOS Stealth the Last Shovel You'll Ever Need.

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YES.

THIS

IS A

SHOVEL.

 

Our original award-winning Stealth Shovel is both full-sized and fully collapsible. The telescoping handle locks into the shovel head for use or slides in the side for storage, and its 6061 Aluminum construction makes it durable enough for any adventure.

Full-Sized, or Compact?

Yes.

With the Stealth Shovel, you don't have to choose between lugging a full-sized shovel and a lightweight packable shovel. The telescoping handle gives you the length and reach of a full-sized shovel without the weight and dimensions.

Built tough for when gear can't fail you.

Gear that fails to perform can be the difference between an adventure and a disaster, which is why we built the DMOS Stealth shovel out of aircraft-grade 6061 Aluminum with metal fasteners and glass-filled Nylon Zytel. It's twice as thick as a standard avalanche shovel, so use it to your heart's content - it won't fail you.

The perfect size for any adventure.

Sized just right to fit wherever your adventures take you. Strap it to a backpack, throw it in your trunk, put it on a roof rack - the Stealth packs down to 18 x 9 x 2.25” and weighs 3.3 lb (1.5 kg), so you’ll be ready no matter what nature throws your way.

When disassembled, the DMOS shovel is small enough to fit in a closet, on a shelf, or in the trunk of your car, making it the true go-anywhere tool.

Built with the toughest tasks in mind.

Some of the standout features of the DMOS Stealth line of shovels are the telescoping shaft and the low-profile blade, which provide an outstanding strength-to-weight ratio. Unlike with other portable shovels, this handle fully extends, making it easier on your back and providing additional leverage when you need it.

Or, if the task calls for it, collapse it back down to use it at shorter lengths.

Get the color that's just right for you.

Safety Red, Blackout, Silver Streak, Black Gold, and Fire Red - the choice is yours.

Mount Up.

The best gear won't do you any good if you leave it at home. So we made custom-fitted mounts for the Stealth to securely fasten your new shovel to any steed, whether it's a truck, snowmobile, ATV, or whatever else you're riding in.

About DMOS Collective

Since 2015, DMOS Collective has prided itself on making the best shovels the world has to offer.

All of our gear is designed in Wyoming and built by American hands in our Portland, Oregon factory out of premium materials. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work, so we offer a 30-day money back guarantee as well as a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.

Buy once, and buy with confidence. 

Why Our Customers Love Us

DMOS Shovels have a 4.9 star average over 600 reviews on Yotpo. Here are a few of our favorites.

 

"My only regret is not ordering this sooner. It's sturdy and made with good material in America. You can't beat it."

— Jordan B.


 

"Versatile, always ready to go! I keep a DMOS Shovel in my car year round."

— Mary B.