Founded in 1774, the Ames brand has created a familiar household name by proudly making tools that helped build America.
Passionate gardeners and DIYers will find the right digging tools from garden shovels, transfer shovels, spades and trenching tools.
From general lawn and garden work to more elaborate landscape ventures.
Green cuff reinforces head to handle connection for everyday use.
North American hardwood and fiberglass handles provide enhanced strength. Cushion grips and ergonomic poly D-handles give comfort and leverage.
Large step is perforated to reduce material buildup and provide secure foot placement.
Tempered steel, ABS poly-resin and aluminum alloy for strength and durability.
Ames proudly stands by its commitment to producing long-lasting tools.
Round point, heavy use tool for frequent garden and landscape maintenance.
Transport of granulated materials and snow removal.
For scooping and transferring materials such as dirt, mulch or gravel.
For digging, turning and aerating soil.
Garden and drain spades for creating defined landscape borders and digging narrow trenches.
For sure, this is what I had found on their website: https://www.ames.com/about/american-manufacturing/ Have long been a fan of their tools.
I'm not sure why these are marketed with this measurement. Overall length from shovel tip to top of D-handle is 43". From the top of the step to the top of the D-handle is 32". From the top of the step to the bottom of the green D-handle (where it meets the wooden shaft) is 25".