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When I moved out of rental properties where the landlords took care of things, I found a shovel equivalent that would be "good" for my back.

This tool is for concrete or blacktopped driveways, especially wider ones. I can scurry back and forth and get our entire driveway done, and get back in the house, while neighbors who had already been trudging along with thier snowblowers when I started, are still out there. (I only use a machine if snow has been relentless/heavy and I haven't been able to clear off layers at a time.

Plus, it skims the snow off to show the bare surface of the driveway--as if it hasn't even snowed.

I'd rather die. And you are weird.
It is recommended to wear the rest of your clothes, too!

I was sold on these by a 70 year old lady who power-walked every day around campus, on her lunch hour, regardless of weather. She walked as briskly naturally with these on, in snow and ice, while most people tiptoed along as if on tightropes.
 

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Yaktrax are great. Lots of places get iced over then buried in snow.

Manplows are the bomb. I love mine. But you still need a regular snowshovel for steps and such.
 
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