54”L Fiberglass Handle, 5.5”W Curved Head, Prohoe Rogue Hoe Prohoe F55F-54 686331255212
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Prohoe Rogue Hoes




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40”L Curved Hickory Handle, 8.5”W Curved Blade Head, Prohoe Rogue Hoe

These heavy-duty hoes are perfect for clearing fire lines. The sharp head cuts trees up to 1” in diameter as well as large weeds. These versatile tools can also be used for breaking up sod, cultivating crops, and other garden work. The ferrule is welded directly to the head, and a rivet and adhesive in addition to a pressure fit secure the handle to the head.

Product Notes:  Items 60" or more, or exceeding 70 lbs. actual weight require an additional handling charge Items 48" or more, or exceeding 70 lbs. actual weight require an additional handling charge.

Brand: Prohoe
MPN: 55F
UPC: 686331255113
UNSPSC: 27112008


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Electrical designer/farmer
01/22/2014
This is an awesome tool. Tough and sharp as a knife. I will be acquiring more of these.
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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Lone Star Hiking Trail Volunteer
05/22/2013
After reading other reviews I decided to try the Rogue hoes for erosion work. We use them on the Lone Star Hiking Trail that has very little rock, but these cut through roots great and can move dirt easily. They are so sturdy built that they can cut into parts of the trail comprised of packed iron ore. Not an easy task. I got the FB70H with 40" handles. I find them easier to carry than a Pulaski and lighter weight. The price is very reasonable. Tip: I cut pieces of PVC lattice cap(Lowe's) and screwed a bungee cord into cap to make a blade cover.
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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Appalachian Trail Volunteer Maintainer
04/05/2010
As an Appalachian Trail maintainer, I'm always on the hunt for that one tool that can do the bulk of our maintaining tasks. Traditionally, that's been the fire rake. But the Rogue Hoe has it beat in a lot of ways. I have the straight blade with a 40" handle and it handles like a dream. It cuts waterbars in seconds, powers its way through stubborn sidehill and cuts tread effortlessly. Be aware, though, it is a bit on the heavy side, so if you're looking for a lightweight tool to backpack into a remote site, this one might not be for you. But it will get the job done!
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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CFPA Trail Manager and Tool Crib Manager
03/08/2010
I've been using the 7" hazel hoe style hoe for the last 2 years on trail work. It's great! The tough steel really keeps it's edge even when working in rocky terrain. The longer larger diameter handle also helps control the tool and make for more accurate swings. The lighter weight is more than made up for by the sharp edge. An added bonus is the solid head that allows the hoe to be used as a tamper. This is the tool to get if you have to do a lot of side hilling, especially in areas with lots of roots and/or rocks like New England. I rarely get to use my hoe on work parties anymore-someone else always grabs it when I put it down!
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.

 
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Environmental consultant and volunteer trail crew member.
02/15/2010
I bought the 7" hoe w/ hickory handle for MTB club trail work days. It cuts single track like butter.
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 MacLoed and cuts great!
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.


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