May 24, 2017

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Just in case it rains this Memorial Day get covered stylish umbrellas!

Rain is in the forecast this weekend for Memorial Day and we have the last  soccer tournament for spring as well.   No doubt it is going to be a wet one, but I might as look stylish on the sidelines with a super cute umbrella!  ShedRain umbrellas not only protect you from the elements, but allow you to be fashionable at the same time. Their umbrellas and stylish and compact!    Just look at how vibrant the one my son is holding.   Now one will be able to miss me in a crowd of black umbrellas!

With the greatest rain laboratory in the country right outside their doors in Portland, Oregon, ShedRain has been driven to make the best, most durable, most innovative umbrellas since their founding in 1947. ShedRain takes great pride in what they do and works hard to keep true to the founders’ ideals. Confident in their engineering, styling and functionality of products, ShedRain fully backs them up with a lifetime warranty on all umbrellas. ShedRain is grateful to be the oldest and most honored umbrella company in the U.S., leading the industry in design, innovation, and customer care.

ShedRain Compact Umbrella - $20.00

The mini ShedRain Compact Umbrella is the ultimate solution to rainy day woes. The strong, durable frame, ribs, and shaft make it reliable even in the soggiest weather. With its compact size, this collapsible umbrella is just the right fit for any backpack, purse or satchel, and makes a great stocking stuffer!

Combining great value with auto open and close convenience, this handy umbrella folds up to a mere 8", opening to a 40" arc. With a matching printed case, it's so easy to stash in your jacket, purse or even your pocket!
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