The DMOS Collective’s Kicker Tool has been endorsed by a plethora of skiers, including Tim Durtschi, Blaine Gallivan and Aaron Blunck (among others). The multi-purpose tool aims to provide ease for us skiers as we build backcountry booters, or shape terrain park features this season.
The 18×9″ shovel head of the Kicker Tool is constructed with 2.5 mm of aircraft quality 6061 aluminum alloy, making it extremely durable. The shaft of the tool is telescoping, so you can change the length of the tool depending on your build (18″-56.5″). Also, the Kicker Tool is stress tested through temperatures ranging from -40 degrees (F) to 110 degrees (F). Oh yeah, the tool only weighs 3.3 pounds. Sounds pretty sweet, right?