DMOS Alpha Driveway Shovel


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Alpha Driveway Shovel

After spending 4 years in development, DMOS is proud to launch the Alpha Driveway shovel.  Made from US-sourced 6061 Aluminum 0.10" thick and angled for perfect pushing and scooping.  It's a cross between a push shovel and a scoop shovel and it does both jobs well with one tool.  Uncoated and unfinished, this shovel should last for a lifetime. With a 5% bend in the blade body, the blade is 15" wide at the ground, 17" wide at the widest point, and 14" tall.

Note: This production run of the Alpha Driveway blade does not have side shaft holes even though this blade pairs with all other DMOS telescoping shafts.  

Merging quality craftsmanship with heritage quality design. We're bringing you the snow shoveling solution you've been looking for. It's a two-in-one tool - the best pusher AND snow scoop. Grain scoop shovels are terrible for pushing show. Flat blade shovels can push but spill snow when lifting. Snow pushers push but you can’t lift.


  • Blade: 0.100” thick 6061 US-sourced and stamped raw aluminum formed with 12 - ¼” x ½” crush rivets 

  • Wood Shaft: US-sourced American Beech wood finished with 4 coats of Tung Oil which hardens and darkens the wood over time to protect it from moisture

    • American Beech wood is rated at 1,010 psi compression relative to the grain

  • Aluminum Connector Collar: 16.5” long, 0.07” thick 6061 aluminum extruded collar anodized in matte black

  • Connector Bolts: Two zinc plated binding barrels and screws

  • Rated from -40 Degrees to 350 Degrees Fahrenheit


  • Blade is 14 high x 17 wide
  • Shaft with connector and blade adjusts from 57 ½” to 67 ½” tall 
  • Wood Shaft Dimensions: Oval cut to  1.2 “ x 1.3” and 47” length overall, grain lengthwise, with 6 holes spaced every 2 inches
  • Blade weight: 2 lbs 1.5 oz 
  • Shaft with connector collar, barrels and screws: 2 lbs 1.5 oz 
  • Total weight 4 lbs 3 oz

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