Dropping Mud

What goes in must come out and with millions of people venturing into America’s wilderness every year it’s not hard to understand why "improper disposal of human waste is one of the most critical issues that recreationalist, agency personal and wildlife face today", according to the Leave No Trace organization.

By following these simple principles we can keep water sources pure, reduce the spread of disease, maximize decomposition and keep the most inspiring places on earth pristine and beautiful for the next group to enjoy.


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Use the length of the trowel (7 1/2in) to make sure your hole is deep enough.
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Pack out toilet paper in a plastic baggy. Forest fires have been started from burning it.
Tried and True Methods
To Embrace the Experience

Ol' Faithful

Pooping in the Woods

Widely used around the world, the squat is the most natural way to poop in nature.

A Long Day

Pooping in the woods
If you can find the right perch, this is a nice relaxing way to relieve yourself in the woods.

The Lumberjack

Pooping in the woods
Kinda fun to do and gives great clearance if you're worried about contact.

The Exorcist

pooping in the woods
Can be liberating but it's always dangerous to face your demons.
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Product Details


Trowel Weight

0.7 oz

Length

7 1/2 in

Width

2 1/2 in

Thickness

.025 in

Material

Hard Anodized 7075-T6 aluminum

Color

Red

Lashing Cord

Black 5 1/2 ft Paracord (0.2oz)

Manufacturing

Made in the USA

Warranty

Lifetime

Shipping

Free shipping with Amazon Prime

Returns

Free Returns for 30 Days After Delivery

Price

$25.00


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