Gear Patrol Umbrella - Small
Compact and collapsible with a tonal Gear Patrol logo, this one's for busy people in busy places.
Need a larger umbrella, see the Classic version ($79).
BLUNT’s unique Radial Tensioning System (RTS) redirects, transfers and distributes the effort used in opening the umbrella throughout the entire canopy surface.
The edges also prevent you from poking the eyes of others walking down the street.
From wind tunnels to the mountaintops of New Zealand we have tested our umbrellas to their limits to ensure they can withstand any weather you throw at them.
With an umbrella built to fend off the worst of weather, gone are the days of drenched clothes and wasted money.
Never leave your umbrella at the local restaurant again. Through our partnership with Tile®, you can securely add a tracking device so you can see exactly where you left your BLUNT.
You might not care if you lose your cheap throwaway—but you’ll definitely be sad if you lose your BLUNT.
We take the quality of our products seriously. We guarantee every umbrella for 5 years against manufacturing defects—no matter where in the world you bought it!
Blunt umbrellas are built to last. Resist the throwaway culture.
Closed Length - 14 in
Open Diameter - 37 in
Weight - 0.77 lb
Wind-Tested To 55 mph
About the Blunt Brand:
While living in London and dealing with rainy commutes, Kiwi engineer Greig Brebner noticed how unsafe umbrellas were – being so tall, the spikes would often poke him in the eye. He also noticed how umbrellas had become a throwaway commodity, mainly due to poor-quality materials and flimsy, outdated design.
So, to save his eyes and reduce the number of broken umbrellas that end up as landfill each year, Greig set out to do something no one had done since 1928 – re-invent the umbrella. And he began by re-designing the mechanisms.
Going right back to the drawing board, Greig married engineering innovation with no-fuss design styling to create something that exceeded even his own expectations: a ridiculously strong umbrella that could handle seriously wild weather.
After pushing countless prototypes to the limits in wind tunnels and on the blustery hills of Auckland, Greig finally did it. He’d re-invented the umbrella. And it just so happened to become the strongest umbrella in the world. One crafted to last.