EuroSchirm Swing liteflex umbrella - the world's lightest trekking umbrella of its kind. Despite its incredible "lightweight" this trekking umbrella is extremely strong and nearly unbreakable. The excellent workmanship of newest materials makes this umbrella outstanding.
Lightest weight at highest durability - these were the requirements when developing this unique trekking umbrella.
Supplied with sleeve case with net and non-slip fabric on long strap that allows easy wear of folded umbrella over the shoulder or can be carried easily attached on your backpack.
NOW! New silver umbrella with UV protection factor 50+ The silver UV-light protective coating is especially recommended for the protection against sun and heat. It is almost completely resistant against harmful UV-radiation and offers a TÜV certified light protection factor of UPF 50+ (Australia/New Zealand Standard). In addition, the silver-metallic-coating reflects the heat very efficiently so that it is considerably cooler under the umbrellas with silver UPF 50+ coating than under umbrellas with a normal canopy.
Frame: high-density fiberglass ribs, lightest fiberglass shaft with special coating, highly flexible and nearly unbreakable. New developed safety runner.
Handle: lightweight and comfortable high-density EVA hardfoam with grooves ensures a dry feeling on the handle when wet.
Canopy: 100% Polyester fabric, as lightweight as a breeze, extremely tear proof, with Teflon® coating for high water repellence - soil-resisting
WEIGHT: 207 g
DIAMETER: 100 cm
LENGTH: 64 cm
The family-owned company EBERHARD GÖBEL GMBH+CO KG has been developing and manufacturing extraordinary umbrellas that reflect the highest German quality for more than 90 years.
Trekking Umbrellas - light-weight and strong - the perfect complement to modern rain gear when hiking. Free from perspiration as there is no uncomfortable heat built-up.
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