In preparation for the upcoming April showers, let’s ask ourselves this: do we have a decent umbrella? And, by ‘decent’ I mean one that won’t upturn at a gust of wind, nor frustrate us with its finicky folding/unfolding. Yep, it’s just as I thought. Most of us could use an upgrade to a Senz Windproof Umbrella.
The Senz has an aerodynamic shape that resists winds of up to 62 miles per hour (let’s hope you’re inside should that occur) and has a strong rib construction that prevents it from inverting. I bet you’ll be the envy of your fellow commuters during the next rainstorm. Maybe even your coworkers will admire your arrival to the office, mostly dry and somewhat happy, and wish they could be more like you… for the umpteenth time, of course.
Materials: Polyester, aluminum, glass fiber, ABS, foam
-Stormproof up to 100km/h
-UV protection of UPF 50+
-Eyesaver design for end tips
-Large comfortable foam grip
Dimensions: 36.6″ x 35â€³ canopy, 30â€³ length
Available from Gessato, $89.00-99.00.