The Trench Foot attaches to your shovel to provide a small step you can push on instead of grinding the ball of your foot into the shovel’s thin metal edge. It connects to other garden tools, too, often giving you purchase on tools where you’d traditionally have none.
The ‘Foot’s footpad is wide and non-slip, and works with most any diggin tool. It secures snugly in place over the most leveraged part of the tool, which is right above the head. The mounting bracket fits over “D,” “T,” and stick shaped handles, and is built solidle to endure heavy use.
And for $10 it looks like the Trench Foot could find its way into a few gardens without much headache.
Trench Foot [Awesome Unusual Tools]