Deal: Your Car Needs a Winter Emergency Kit. This One's on Sale.

Collapsible shovels, jump starters, flares and more

DMOS Emergency Roadside Expansion Kit With Packable Shovel
Instead of waiting until your battery dies or you're stuck in a snow drift, pick up the DMOS Roadside Kit so you're ready.

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Driving around Minnesota in the winter is like watching a scene in a disaster movie: cars are abandoned on the side of freeways with their bumpers smashed in, minivans are precariously hooked up to trucks while looking for a jump, and the snow and ice turn normal city streets into something akin to an Antarctic expedition.

What I’m getting at is that most people aren’t prepared for winter driving, not even close. If you’d like to change that, Huckberry is offering discounts on DMOS gear, including indestructible packable shovels and ingenious roadside emergency kits. DMOS is one of those crowdfunding success stories — not only did they raise enough money to make their gear (in America, by the way), that gear actually lived up to the hype. 

Whether you’ve already spun out into a snow drift this year or simply need a shovel that can fit under your seat, DMOS has the gear for you:

DMOS Roadside Expansion Kit and Collapsible Shovel

Roadside Expansion Kit + Collapsible Shovel

Your best friend in a worst-case scenario, this includes a DMOS Reflective Stealth Shovel, NOCO GB40 battery charger (good for up to 20 jump starts on one charge), Princeton Tec Snap headlamp, PowerFlare, elk skin leather gloves, a PackTowl for cleaning up, and a bag to carry it all. Just throw it in the trunk and you’re good to go.

DMOS Roadside Expansion Kit

Roadside Expansion Kit

Everything you get with the kit above, but without the shovel. 

DMOS Alpha 2 Packable Winter Shovel

Alpha 2 Packable Shovel

Can’t fit your normal shovel in your car? Looking for something tougher with a toothed edge? Then grab this collapsible Alpha 2 shovel in black or red. It’ll handle snow and ice in the winter, and dirt in the warmer months.

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