ShedRain Rain + Sun Golf Umbrella

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The rains just started in our area so now is a good time to prepare for the wet season with the ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella. I like golf unbrellas because they have plenty of coverage and, more importantly, they are signficantly stronger than those flimsy foldable umbrellas that turn inside-out with a slight gust of wind. Since the ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella is vented, then it should withstand some wind. The ShedRain's fiberglass construction makes it more durable than traditional steel ribs. You never really think about an umbrella until you need it. So be prepared or risk getting wet!


Rain or shine, be prepared with the ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella
Rain or shine, be prepared with the ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella

Here are the specs:

ShedRain Rain + Sun Golf Umbrella Product Info

Costco Item#: 1164172
Costco Price: $12.99
Found at: Costco in Foster City, CA (1001 Metro Center Blvd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)

Costco 1164172 - ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella: just in time for the winter season
ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella: just in time for the winter season

Deal for the ShedRain Rain + Sun Golf Umbrella at Costco
Deal for the ShedRain Rain + Sun Golf Umbrella at Costco

ShedRain Rain and Sun Golf Umbrella

    Key Features:
  • Nanoskin water repellency
  • UPF 40+ sun protection
  • Vented wind-resistant canopy
  • Ultra lightweight aluminum shaft
  • Auto open
  • 62" arc
  • Fiberglass ribs

2 comments:

Rafael Grullon said...

One thing can not understand is why would you put a Warning on the umblella that reads "WARNING: this product can expose you to chemicals including styrene which is known to the state of California to cause cancer.....". It is hard to understand the impact of such chemical from an umbrella.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Rafael, the manufacturer is probably required by law to post such a warning on the ShedRain Umbrella (at least in CA). I'm not sure how much of these chemicals are in the umbrella, but it seems like everything has some sort of chemical: the paint on your home's walls, the stain on furniture, etc. My office building actually has the Prop. 65 warning posted at the main entrance to our building, and it's not as if I work at a warehouse or some sort of industrial part of town. I just work at your typical commercial, business park in Silicone Valley where it's not uncommon for tech companies to be located.

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