Meet the Umbrella That Can Withstand 75 MPH Winds

Finally an umbrella that does its job.

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If you live anywhere it precipitates, chances are you’ve found yourself caught without an umbrella on a number occasions. Maybe one of those occasions was particularly awful, so you went out and bought a cheap umbrella that worked a few times—when you remembered it—but eventually ended up inside out and generally dangerous. But what if I told you that wasn’t how it had to be? What if I told you that the universe finally got around to updating umbrella technology so that you might actually get more functionality out of this essential piece of equipment.

Meet Blunt Umbrellas’ Classic Umbrella, the umbrella that won’t poke your friend’s eye out, maim a passerby or turn inside out at high wind speeds? Made and tested to withstand Force 11 winds up to 75 miles per hour, this umbrella is designed with unique radial tensions for the ultimate resistance to blow outs. Blunt tips on the usually sharp metal bits protects you and all people you walk by from an unfortunate injury. Additionally, it’s specially designed to be easy to handle so you’re not lugging it around uncomfortably while on the train, bus, or entering the coffee shop.

Bonus points for all the color ways, this umbrella is available in Black, Navy, Blue, Charcoal, Forest Green, two tones of Grey, and Red. And if that isn’t good enough, it’s currently on sale. Usually retailing for $80, this umbrella is now only $69.98 at Huckberry.

Go ahead. Size up. Get a better umbrella and count on it lasting a lifetime.

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