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Ames Heavy Gauge Aluminum Snow Pusher With Long handle

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# 16419
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Weight: 3.80 lbs
Heavy gauge aluminum snow pusher - Strong heavy gauge blade for durability. Blade measures 12" x 24" , handle is constructed of wood and the overall length is 58 3/4".


Aluminum blade, 12" x 24", no wear strip. Overall length 58 and 3/4", weighs 5 lbs. Wood handle with no D-grip.


Product is covered by manufacturers warranty against defects.

Review Summary (Based on 5 Reviews)

5 Stars

Best Snow Shovel wrote

I've used a lot of shovels, and I feel this is the best, because of how it handles the snow. All snow shovels are not alike. Because of the wood handle and metal blade, it's more ridged.

3 Stars


I bought it to replace my broken shovel. Appear to be same. It is not all that heavy duty and handle is not that long.

1 Star

Heavy Gauge my foot wrote

Lasted three storms and very thin gauge aluminum is rolling back.

5 Stars

Great shovel at a good price wrote

I live in a smaller town of around 15,000 in northeast Oregon. None of the businesses here offer a heavy-duty aluminum snow shovel. Most shovels offered are plastic and plastic does not offer the needed strength when shoveling snowy areas that have had foot traffic, etc. I looked to AM Leonard to obtain a shovel that was light in weight and heavy-duty enough to manage that type of snow removal. The shovel I purchased was the perfect shovel for that type of work...and for any other snow removal from my driveway and connecting walkways. The price was good and delivery was excellent. The purchase has been just what I expect from a high-class firm!

4 Stars

There is no steel edge on the snow pusher, but, the steel edge always wears off wrote

I knew it didn't have a steel edge, but they wear off very soon. I hold the shovel in my hand about 6 inches lower, then push. It all works out fine.

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