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Get prepared for the windy winter weather with a Fulton umbrella
by Carly Frost
September 22, 2014

As summer is drawing to a close and the wet weather is undoubtedly upon us once more…I just wanted to send across a reminder to check that your golf umbrella is fully operational. I know that sounds stupid but I recently got caught out in an end of summer heavy downpour when mine popped inside out in strong winds and one of the spikes broke off!

If you are in the market for a new umbrella, and like me, quite often play golf on links courses or windy conditions, you may want to check out the great new Performance Range of umbrellas from leading UK brand Fulton.

They are perfect for battling the elements on the golf course. The largest umbrella in the range, the Cyclone, for instance, has been wind tunnel tested to 78mph!  And thanks to Fulton's patented super-strength construction it is one of the most durable and wind-resistant umbrellas available. The slightly smaller Tornado has a vented supersize canopy for improved wind resistance and an automatic open and close frame. The smallest of the range, the Hurricane, is perfect to fit in your bag in case of bad weather.

All three Performance Range umbrellas benefit from Fibre Reinforced Polymer ribs for extreme strength, as well as striking green joints made of Polycarbonate for extra durability. Each also has a special anti-slip grip for added comfort and practicality, using either silicone, rubber or EVA foam coated ergonomic designed handles to provide a strong hold in even the mightiest of winds.  

Fulton Rainwear is available in a range of designs and can be found at www.fultonumbrellas.com   and other retailers nationwide. For stockist details please call: 020 8963 3010.








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