Going places? This folding travel umbrella is small enough to tuck into a pocket or purse, but large enough to take care of business.
The Poppy Field near Argenteuil (1873) by Impressionist master Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926) shows a sweet scene of the painter's wife Camille and their young son, Jean, taking a walk near their home in on a windy summer's day.
This artfully designed travel umbrella includes a wrist strap and a matching sleeve; a must-have accessory for museum patrons, commuters, day trippers and world travelers. The large 44" arch offers maximum coverage while the drip-free design captures rain so that your home and car stay dry. Made with 8 unbreakable fiberglass ribs, this umbrella features an auto-open and close function with one button for easy operation.
Includes matching travel sleeve.
Dimensions: 12.5" when closed