So, without further ado, here are the absolute best umbrellas of the season.
Repel Travel Umbrella
Lightweight, windproof, and backed by a lifetime warranty, the Repel Travel Umbrella might just be the best umbrella on this list. Sure, it’s not the flashiest option here, but it’s a fantastic value buy that packs a serious protective punch. Yyou could easily snag a few for your car, office, and home.
Totes Luggage Wooden Stick Umbrella
We like this umbrella from Totes because it’s got a super classy look at an affordable price. The traditional J-handle aesthetic is complemented by an auto-open design, which makes for easy use whether exiting a car or the subway. Plus, the exterior is fully rain- and windproof, so it should definitely keep you nice and dry.
LifeTek New Yorker Umbrella
As practical as the urbanites it’s named after, the LifeTek New Yorker Umbrella is a great option for commuters on the go. Not only does it have an ultra-sleek design, but it provides excellent coverage on all sides of the body. Plus, it’s been designed specifically with wind resistance in mind, making it an easy go-to for seriously stormy weather.
AmazonBasics Travel Umbrella
This umbrella is compact, lightweight, and travel-friendly with a buttery soft handle that can’t be beat. It also comes fully equipped with an air vent chamber to prevent flipping and is available in a ton of fun colors.
ShedRain e-Motion Motorized Umbrella
In the mood for something a little futuristic? Then you may want to give this motorized umbrella a go! With the simple click of a button, this accessory opens and closes on its own, saving you the trouble of having to finagle with a rebellious rod. The motor is rechargeable by battery and is said to last for upwards of a month. Perhaps not the most practical umbrella on this list, but a potentially fun option for tech-heads.
Samsonite Windguard Auto Open Umbrella
This umbrella’s Teflon-coated, double-canopy opens to a 36-inch diameter, offering a remarkably sturdy, waterproof shell to save you from springtime showers. It also has a curved handle for comfort and an auto-open and close button that can be easily used with just one hand. All-in-all, an uber-functional pick for the commuter on the go.
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