42” Fiberglass Handle Prohoe Triangle Head Rogue Hoe Prohoe F55A-42
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Prohoe Triangle Head Rogue Hoes




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42” Fiberglass Handle Prohoe Triangle Head Rogue Hoe

Prohoe with 42” Fiberglass Handle

Designed for digging handlines, this hoe features a 5-1/2” head with a 1” rear pick.

Prohoe’s legendary tempered steel blade stands up to the toughest use, and a 6” metal ferrule guards against over-strikes.

Brand: Prohoe
MPN: 55A
UPC: 686331755125
UNSPSC: 27112008


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Volunteer Trail Builder
09/24/2012
Thought hazel was my dream girl and has been my favorite for 4 years. Then last summer I met rogue, long and sleek she came into my life and will never leave. The curved thick hipped hickory handle is only ment for large hands. Was my first purchased rogue but due to the unscheduled shorting of a couple fingers am adding the fiberglass model to the arsenal of trail tools. Hazel is a wonderful tool and definitely has her place but the extra sharp edges,1 in. tine and weight make the Prohoe Rogue my new favorite. If your a gardener or trail builder you need one of these !!!
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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Volunteer trail builder
11/25/2008
This was the latest addition to our trail building tool collection, and it performed so well that one of our crew wanted one for his own. It is great to have as a single tool as you cruise a trail for light maintenance and fine tuning, and it performs well in heavy work too. We have a standard triple edge, a mccloud, fire rake, pulaski and other misc trail tools as well in our collection to compare to.
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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Volunteer Trail Maintainer
05/01/2008
I'm a trail volunteer with the CFPA in Connecticut and I've used this tool for the past 3 seasons. It's lighter than a hazel hoe but works just as well if not better. The steel used is from old disc harrow blades so its TOUGH! It takes a long time to sharpen, but even longer to dull. I highly reccomend it for anyone doing trail maintainence.
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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TN Greenways and Trails Coordinator
01/07/2008
Used this tool for the first time building mountain bike trail at the Big South Fork NRRA. It's a cross between a pulaski and a MacLeod and can be used for both trail clearing and hillside graading.
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.


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