Maple Rain Umbrella
Step right up, we’ve got the umbrella upgrade you’ve been looking for. You’ll pop out in a crowd of plain black parapluies with these bright and beautiful patterns printed on double-layer, top-shelf fabrics. Thanks to its flexible fiberglass frame, it’ll hold up in a squall. Two of the patterns, Modernist and Four Seasons, come with a black exterior and patterned interior—it’s all business on the outside, party on the inside to brighten up those cloudy days. And when the rain lets up? Sling this beauty over your arm or through your bag loops with the single piece, turned and bent maple timber handle. Classy.
Photography by James Ransom & Rocky Luten
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