TaylorMade® Co-Branded Vented Golf Umbrella – Promotional

Exclusively from ShedRain in partnership with TaylorMade®, this co-branded 3-person golf umbrella has a very roomy 62" vented double canopy and features custom red and white FRP fiberglass components, which contribute to a significant increase in the life and durability of the umbrella.

An ergonomic Thermoplastic Rubber TPR handle offers a sure grip whatever the weather. Golf pull cart compatible.

Includes a self fabric travel case.

Please note that the following are TaylorMade restrictions from co-branding opportunities and cannot be printed:

• Alcoholic beverages—Distilled alcohol liquors, wines and malt liquors.
• All car brands except for Audi.
• Inherently dangerous products—Such as firearms and explosives.
• Obscene or disparaging products—Including, but not limited to, nude photographs, caricature poster art or designs that would tend to lower the reputation or degrade the goodwill of the brand as represented by the trademarks.
• Sexually suggestive products—Including, but not limited to, inappropriate slogans imprinted on clothing and the configuration of certain novelty items.

25
$46.00
100
$44.00
250
$42.00
600
$40.00
1200
$37.80
Price includes 1-color, 1-location imprint 5(P)
Color Selected: TaylorMade Black and White
#3352 Product Details
Panels:
8
Handle Material:
Plastic
Handle Shape:
Straight
Arc:
62”
Closed Length:
40"
Shaft:
Fiberglass
Panel Imprint Area:
14" bottom width x 11" top width x 6" high
Carton Pack:
24
Carton Weight:
35 lbs.
Cover for three or more
Fiberglass

Fiberglass

Fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) is a warrior in extreme weather conditions. Lightweight, strong and non-corrosive, fiberglass will out-perform most alternatives and increase the durability and life of your umbrella. Combat the elements!

Vented Canopy

Vented Canopy

The vent acts like an escape valve for built up wind pressure. So, rather than forcefully ripping your umbrella to shreds, wind becomes much more courteous and exits peacefully through the multiple vent openings on the canopy.

Air pressure escapes through each vent opening.

Air pressure builds up under the canopy.