Have you ever encountered such a problem in rainy days? When you jump on a crowded train after escaping a downpour your dripping wet umbrella usually brushes up against your bag, your clothes or -even worse- a stranger. But by inverting the design, the wet side of the umbrella faces inward when closed, exposing only the dry side. And that’s not all: the creative design makes it easier to open when coming out of a car or other covered area, and when not in use the umbrella can stands up on its own!
Innovative inside out design
It adds a nice twist to our classic umbrella by turning inside-out when you’re not using it.
In this way, the dry inner side of the umbrella comes on the outside, keeping the wet side away to keep you dry when you make it in from the rain.
Easy to operate and safe to use
With a simple click of the embedded button, you can open and close the umbrella in confined spaces when entering or exiting a building or car and it’s less awkward and more safer to open and close when in crowds, since the danger to poke in people’s eyes has been removed by the design.
Convenient to place and drip free
It can stand up on its own, ideal for when you have nowhere to prop your umbrella up against.
It will also keep the wet part of the umbrella inside once you’ve closed it, so things don’t get dripped on when you put it away after coming indoors.
The straight umbrella easily slices through all winds. Due to its aerodynamic design, the umbrella always finds the most comfortable position in the wind which makes it exceptionally pleasant to use, even in strong gales.
If the canopy flips, it can be rectified at the push of a button.