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Lewis N. Clark Compact & Lightweight Travel Umbrella Opens & Closes Automatically

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Product Description

COMPACT - Full-size umbrella folds to a compact 11in

AUTOMATIC OPEN/CLOSE - 38in canopy automatically opens and closes at the touch of a button

WATER-RESISTANT MATERIAL - Features lightweight, mildew-resistant, and quick-drying polyester

STURDY CONSTRUCTION - Ribs and shaft constructed of durable metal and steel

STORAGE SLEEVE - Includes mold-resistant storage sleeve with attached carry loop

Steel, Polyester

Includes storage sleeve

China

Weighing in at just 10 ounces, the Lewis N. Clark umbrella is perfect for traveling and the everyday. Constructed of
sturdy metal ribs and a 3-fold chrome-plated steel shaft, along with lightweight and flexible fiberglass tips, the rust-
and corrosion-resistant frame offers protection against both rain and wind.

The water-resistant material as well as the ample 38in canopy ensure that you’ll stay as dry as possible whether
you’re walking to your car or to the Eiffel Tower.

The accompanying mold-resistant sleeve effortlessly slips into totes, handbags, duffels, briefcases, and glove
compartments, making it easily accessible no matter where you go. Additionally, the rubberized non-slip handle makes it
easy to hold the umbrella against high winds.

With its automatic open/close button, you’ll have one hand free for holding your coffee, opening doors, pulling along
your suitcase, or even talking on your phone. Additionally, the pressure required to open the canopy will ensure that it
doesn’t accidentally open while it’s being jostled around in your purse or bag.

Rated by the Wirecutter as the best umbrella 2 years in a row, it survived being turned inside out 20 times in 30mph
winds without breaking during their trials.

Available in both classic black as well as bright colors to distinguish yours from the crowd, this umbrella will help
protect you and your belongings from the elements. Rainy days no longer have to be gloomy days!

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