RainCaper Monet "Woman w/ Parasol" Reverse Umbrella

Going places? Stroll city streets or country roads around the globe- RainCaper has you covered. Enjoy functional art with a reverse-opening umbrella; the hands-free operation lets you talk, text and travel in style. 

Claude Monet painted the vibrant "Woman with a Parasol'' in a single session of a few hours, creating a spontaneous and natural snapshot of a moment in time. His models were his wife Camille and their son, Jean, as they walked together on a windy summer's day.

A double canopy displays the artwork on both the top and interior of the inside-out umbrella, so you'll look radiant, from any angle. The unique construction captures rain to keep cars and floors dry, and the free-standing umbrella design eliminates the need for an umbrella stand. A must-have accessory for museum patrons and commuters. 

Warning: Repels rain; attracts attention!

  • Large 48” arc 
  • R31.5” long
  • Hands-free handle lets you hold phone, bag or drink
  • No more damp devices, soggy purses or wet car seats
  • 8 unbreakable fiberglass ribs
  • Double canopies hide ribs; won’t snag hair
  • Design is visible both inside and on top of umbrella
  • Convenient self-standing design
  • Weighs just 1.1 lbs

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