The RBO Offroad Recovery Shovel
The RBO Offroad Recovery Shovel is the ultimate adventure multi-tool. When nature doesn’t provide, this shovel saves the day by becoming an anchor point to attach your winch to. We designed this RBO Off-road Recovery Shovel to self-bury and anchor itself into the ground while winching. This feature allows the RBO Off-road Recovery Shovel to generate the maximum amount of anchoring resistance to help you out of a tough spot.
The Ultimate Land Anchor
Sometimes referred to as a Land Anchor, the Recovery Shovel has tons of different features. The computer-designed neck of the shovel will not only reinforce the handle, but it also provides a solid anchor point to shackle your winch line to. When you get stuck while off-roading, simply hook your UTV winch line to the recovery shackle, plant the shovel into the ground and winch yourself out. This shovel is the ultimate portable land anchor.
A Multi-use Survival Tool
As a multi-use tool, the RBO Shovel features a fixed ½” socket drive and a hammer head in the handle, which allows you to easily change your tires and stake your tent into the ground. Also, the spade features serrated edges and notches on the tip to help pull out tent stakes. The non-slip spade steps prevent your boots from slipping in the muddiest situations. Made with a durable steel construction and a powder coated matte black finish, the Off-road Shovel will last for generations.
This shovel is compatible with the “It Fits” Universal Tool Mount, which fits on any of the Razorback Off-road cargo racks that fit a large variety of UTV makes and models – Your options are unlimited! (featured unit is the Polaris RZR).
Razorback Off-road proudly makes this shovel in Mountain Home, ID – USA and it comes with our 30-day money back guarantee.
Amazing shovel! My Can-Am Defender weighs in at 3,000 lbs with all the aftermarket add-ons. I was on trail and going over a large frozen puddle when my track broke thru and flipped. The rig couldn’t drive itself out of the water hole because the other three operable tracks were on ice. No trees in sight! I grabbed my RBO shovel, hooked the winch to the D ring and shoved it down into a gopher hole. With my buddy barely having to hold back on it, the machine easily winched its way out. This tool is a must have!