A difficult job like snow removal can be faster and easier with a Snow Pusher. It works like this: the long handle gives you leverage while preventing back strain, the customizable rubber end or D-grip saves your hands, and the wide and heavy steel scoop scrapes surfaces clean of ice and snow. The scoop is built solid and won’t bend or crack, the head-to-handle connection is reinforced to prevent wobble or separation, and the longer handle gives you the reach you need to push—all of which means that unlike flimsy box store scoops, this one may just last your lifetime. Your choice of 24” or 30” shovel head is constructed from 16-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel, which is up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors. The handle is made from high-quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength. You have the choice of grip style of either D-shaped polypropylene grip with no-slip texture, designed to increase leverage and reduce hand fatigue while wide enough to accommodate work gloves, or a rubber grip provides maximum comfort and decreases hand fatigue even during all that snow removal. The Bully Tools Steel Snow Pusher with Fiberglass Handle comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.
Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures 100% made in the USA gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.
Jon Mendenhall –
Finally a steel snow shovel built to last! I used it for the first time this week and this shovel is built to last. No more shattered plastics, aluminum that won’t slide on concrete ,or steel so thin it curls on the edge. I’ll try more Bully tools!
The best shovel – I owned many push shovels but none perform like this little beast. Built to last and it gets under the snow and scrapes the surface pretty clean. Highly recommend this shovel, it’s worth every cent, plus made in the USA. This is a quality tool.
Henrietta Burnett –
Got to use my brand new snow pusher with the big snow we had. It worked great! I was able to push the snow over to the side of the driveway and then use a regular shovel to throw it in the yard. It’s made very sturdy, but a tad heavy for a little person like me to use for any length of time to throw snow since I have a long driveway, but that weight makes it great. It took up the snow and most of the ice right down to the pavement, then I used my Bully scraper to chop the thicker ice. I got a nice clean driveway, and it didn’t take forever!
lawrence graves –
Fed up with those flimsy plastic shovels that are not designed to scrape, I hunted down this real old-fashioned scraper and couldn’t be happier. We get a lot of “nuisance snow” flurries that leave less than a snowblower can neatly clear (besides the real storms), and this also helps deal with tire tracks of packed snow that otherwise turn into ice. Mine came without the “D” handle, which would definitely be an improvement over the older model.
Glad I ordered this one a couple of weeks before we got hit with snow twice in 4 days. This tool is the ultimate snow tool. For my area that rarely ever sees anything more than 4 inches. the 30 inch is perfect. If you end up getting loads of snow, you would want the lighter one. I may never have use my plastic snow shovel ever again.
First I want to say a wonderful shovel. I purchased the 30″. Now the reason for the 2 stars. I used the shovel for 3 weeks no problems. Moves snow wonderfully. The 30″ is heavy. I’m 5’7″, 175lbs and it is hard to push and nearly impossible to lift with snow on it. But still worth the purchase. Unfortunately, I was clearing packed snow from my concrete driveway today and the handle bent at the base. No I wasn’t using the shovel as a chopper. Just as a scraper. Hit an immovable chunk of snow and snap. I am not strong enough to break the handle just by clearing packed snow. I was able to get a replacement at the place I bought it. Had to get a 24″. Much lighter and easier to use. Hopefully the handle lasts more than 3 weeks. Again, wonderful shovel but be careful of the handle.
Pete L –
Second year of use, the best snow pusher I ever had. we have had record snow this year in Sioux Falls and it did a wonderful job. Recommend the 24 ” with a d handle . 30″ would be hard to lift a full load.
Philip Co –
I have a large, level, concrete driveway and the 30” steel pusher with the D-handle is the BEST snow shovel that I’ve ever used. Yes, it’s heavy, because the blade IS steel, but it moves snow like no other, if you’re strong enough to lift it. Unfortunately, the hollow fiberglass shaft on mine broke where it attaches to the blade. I cut off the broken piece and reattached it, but it broke again. A reinforcement plug at the attachment points to the blade and the D-handle would make it almost indestructible. I’ll do that myself with the next one that I buy.