Revolutionary reverse folding design. Opens inside out and it leaves the wet side of the canopy contained on the inside when closed. Won't drip on the floor or soak anything it touches
Opens/Closes in confined spaces. Getting into your car, you can close the umbrella into the smallest gap of a car door, whilst remaining dry. Opens up and over the user avoiding poking in the eye. Perfect in a crowd
Strong windproof. Its double spoked design makes it quite efficient when facing strong gusts of wind
Hands free: ergonomic C-shaped handgrip to place around your wrist, helping the shoulder to prop it up; easily carry groceries, packages, suitcases or use your mobile phone in the rain
Lifetime Replacement Guarantee: Using Glamore umbrella, you are always protected from the rain, strong wind, snow and UV. The Umbrella(s) That You Purchase will be Automatically Enrolled in our lifetime replacement guarantee program. If anything goes wrong with your umbrella, we will send you a replacement absolutely free.
Brilliant innovative design:
1. Avoid the rain wet clothes：Have you ever encountered such a problem in rainy days? When you jump on a crowded train after escaping a downpour you're 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.
2. When you are exiting or entering your car, your car door has to be open rather wide in order to get it closed or open, during that moment, a good amount of rain still get you and your car rather wet. With this brilliant new design, your door only needs to be open slightly as the umbrella opens "in reverse". This keeps you drier and less stinky wet car.
3. Rain impeding your texting? Try the Glamore Reverse Umbrella: Glamore FXS umbrella features an ergonomic C-shaped handgrip that's placed around the user's wrist. The bottom half of the C pins acts as a counter-weight, balancing the object and helping the shoulder prop it up. Doing so allows for two-hand freedom that can be used for carrying groceries, holding a baby, texting, surfing the web, or navigating web applications;