Want to make shoveling snow easier next time? I have the answer for you.

If you’re in the US, you probably had to shovel snow this weekend.

And it probably was awful for you.   But it wasn’t that bad for me.

Here’s why:  Stout’s BackSaver Grip.

I purchased one of these back in 2007, and it’s why I don’t need a snowblower.

Seriously.  You screw it on (hardware comes with it) to the handle of ANY tool – snow shovel, regular shovel, rake, whatever – and it makes doing the job a ton easier.

This thing is just wonderful.  You can get it at a bunch of retail stores, or order from Amazon or directly from the company.

[Edit:  I really think this is an awesome thing, and seriously reccomend it. I don’t do paid endorsements]

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