Razor-Back® Border Spade with Straight Handle

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# 772KGS
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Weight: 3.90 lbs

Designed to maximize effectiveness!

Razor-Back® outfits their Border Spades with a 14-gauge tempered steel blade. These blades feature an open-back design with a forward-turned step. They connect this head to a 28-inch long North American hardwood D-grip handle with a crimped steel collar. They encase the D-grip in steel to prevent twisting and breaking of the wood.

Razor-Back® Border Spades specialize in digging trenches and removing soil. They are a perfect choice for transplanting shrubs, flowers, and other plants. Their shape makes these spades ideal for reaching confined spaces between plants.

Razor-Back® designs these spades to maximize your digging efficiency. The open-back design eliminates soil buildup and the forward-turned step increases your control when digging. Razor-Back® makes these spades in the USA and backs them with a lifetime warranty!


  • Overall length (inches): 40-2/5
  • Overall width (inches): 7
  • Overall weight (pounds): 5
  • Head material: Steel
  • Head thickness (gauge): 14
  • Head length (inches): 12
  • Head width (inches): 7
  • Handle type: D-grip
  • Handle material: Wood
  • Handle length (inches): 28

Product Features

  • Tempered steel blade with open-back design
  • Forward-turned step
  • North American hardwood handle
  • Made in the USA!

Product Benefits

  • Designed for digging trenches and removing soil
  • Excellent for transplanting shrubs, flowers, and other plants
  • Ideal for reaching confined spaces between plants
  • Forward-turned step maximizes control when digging


The manufacturer covers this product with a lifetime warranty.

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

4 Stars

looks good gary from OR wrote February 08, 2017

these shovels are hard to come by in the n.w. This shovel looks like it will hold up.