Plain front, sharp alternate stripes when opened
Koshu-ori is a traditional fabric from Yamanashi Prefecture, which is characterized by its silk-like luster and rich texture.
A simple outer material and sharp alternate stripes appear when opened. A stylish umbrella with stripes on the cord called the “do name” that holds the umbrella together.
The stripes are not only colored, but also have a woven pattern that cannot be printed with a twill weave. This woven pattern, which can only be produced by Koshu weave craftsmen, adds depth to the stripes and enhances the quality and elegance.
Dark brown maple Pursue quality with brass clasps on hand.
A clasp made of brass called “Odandama”, which gathers the tip of the dripping rainwater, enhances the quality of the umbrella. The balance between dark brown and brass is not too flashy even in formal occasions, and enhances the quality of the product.
Have you ever had a strong wind and your umbrella overturned and broke your bones?
The "wind resistant ribs" used in alternate stripe wind resistant jump umbrellas have a special structure at the joints of the ribs, allowing the umbrella to be restored without breaking even if it is overturned. We use bones.
Note: Please be aware that depending on how you use it and how the wind is too strong, your bones may break.
Product number: ISUL1702