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I love practical gifts when shopping for stocking stuffers for my family! I would rather give (and receive) items I can actually use versus items that are going to sit in a drawer somewhere unused. ShedRain sent us one of their WindPro Automatic open and close umbrellas to review.
A little more about the ShedRain WindPro Umbrella:
One of their best selling umbrellas, the WindPro auto open and close jumbo compact umbrella has an epic 54-inch arc and shrinks down to a mere 15 inches when closed. Impressed? There’s more. It also has a vented canopy – engineered to resist wind, an all fiberglass frame and ribs, a cushion-grip handle and a carry case with a “snap on” swivel hook.
One of the only compact umbrellas to offer vented canopies engineered to resist windy conditions, the ShedRain WindPro also features FRP (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) shaft and ribs for the ultimate in durability. Available in an array of fashion forward colors plus it has a lifetime limited warranty!
We used this umbrella on Halloween because it was raining and misting out on and off while we were out trick-or-treating. I loved the compact size of the umbrella because it fit perfectly in my purse. The fabric wasn't soaked through either from the rain which was surprisingly to me - the fabric seems to repel the rain off the umbrella.
ShedRain offers a wide range of umbrellas in various colors, prints and sizes. Check out their website and don't forget to follow them on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news and promotions.
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