How many crappy, cheap umbrellas have you lost in your life or left abandoned on a street corner, inside out and mangled? Gents, the neglect for umbrellas must stop. Stylish men throughout the ages have carried umbrellas as both accessories and functional tools. You should invest in a well-made men’s umbrella in the same way you would invest in a wallet – look for quality, style, construction that’s built to last and versatility.
Of course, while all umbrellas serve the same purpose, not all are made equal. Yes, you could opt for a boring all-black number, but where’s the fun in that? Umbrellas are brought out on dark and dreary days, so it’s your chance to inject a bit of fun and character into your look, and one that could well turn heads.
As with virtually any other fashion accessory, umbrellas come in various sizes too, whether it be a small pocketable number, or a large and in charge golf umbrella that could shield an entire family. It may be you need multiple umbrellas for different situations, and that’s something we certainly encourage. Just like white t-shirts, you can never have enough.
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This handmade City Gent Double CG umbrella rocks an olive colourway on its outer side and a vibrant orange inner for some serious pop. Its steel frame will help withstand blustery conditions, while the beechwood shaft and Malacca wood hooked handle provide extra sturdiness. A super stylish umbrella if ever there was one.
This 8-panel golf umbrella rocks a huge 60-inch diameter, so you can be safe in the knowledge it will protect you during rain showers. A double canopy design provides greater coverage from the showers above, and a moulded handle means you can hold on to it in comfort. It's the perfect all-rounder.
This particular rain protector is a telescopic, pocketable design, so you can stash it away in a bag when it's not needed. Paul Smith's signature stripe design borders the entire perimeter while the official logo can be found engraved in the wooden handle. More bouji than a regular telescopic umbrella for sure, but you deserve it.
The very eccentricity it's known for can be seen in this pocketable telescopic umbrella, which features the brand's teddy bear Toy scarf print. It's available in a few different colours, but for really brightening up the darkest rainy days, this vibrant pink number is sure to make you stand out from the crowd.
While that same rubberised material hasn't been applied to the company's telescopic umbrella, you can be sure it will keep you dry thanks to its large canopy design. Clear branding lets other people know you're important and know your fashion labels, while a range of equally sophisticated colours will up your style game no end.
Take this navy and yellow striped umbrella, complete with polished chestnut handle. The handle and shaft are entirely handmade using centuries-old techniques and from a single piece of wood. Its because of this handworked method that makes every single Maglia umbrella slightly different from each other, so you're also paying for something genuinely unique.
All of McQueen's umbrellas feature skulls on the handle, you're simply able to select which colour you'd like. The official Alexander McQueen website has silver and gold options, but online retailer of all things luxury, Farfetch, stocks black skull handle options too. We've singled out this particular model for its black metal handle and McQueen branding around the outer perimeter, it just looks cool. It's made in Italy too, so you're also getting something of real quality
Of course, what really makes Burberry famous is its tartan check design, and that's exactly what you get by the bucketload with this umbrella. Rocking an all-over check pattern, it's unmistakably Burberry. The steel and fibreglass frame and shaft will help withstand windy conditions, while the branded slipcase will keep any leftover droplets from falling on other items in your bag.