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Blunt derives its name from the clever fact that there are no sharp points at the edge of the canopy, making it super safe as you wander the streets, feeling safe and dry.
The low profile and tensioned canopy allows the Blunt umbrella to sit effortlessly in the wind and provide maximum protection from the elements.
The innovative design means the canopy will not tear at the tips or easily turn inside out. The push-pull runner makes the Blunt easy to open and a concealed catch keeps the Blunt closed when not in use.
As the Blunt canopy unfurls, the additional double struts redirect the user’s effort into the specially designed floating ribs.
The Blunt tips open like miniature umbrellas into their specially designed pockets, evenly distributing tension right to the edge, where it is most needed.
With Blunt's focus on sustainability, their umbrellas will be repaired and not replaced. Umbrellas that were purchased under the 5 year warranty will still be honoured for 5 years (Jan 2017 – June 2019).
Slim, stylish and as sturdy as our umbrellas come, the Blunt Lite is the lightest full-length umbrella to date. With the curved, genuine leather handle adding a touch of class, this is a fine choice for those that like to swing a folded umbrella while they walk (in between rain showers, of course).
AKIRA ISOGAWA is one of Australia’s most iconic designers. Born in Kyoto Japan, Akira moved to Australia in 1986 where he studied fashion design at the Sydney Institute of Technology, drawing inspiration from contemporary Japanese design. Blunt has teamed up with this iconic designer to create two iconic umbrella designs. Akira’s work is heavily influenced by his Japanese heritage and the floral motif is widely used in traditional Japanese textiles and garments such as the Kimono. The bird which appears in the ‘bird garden’ design is the Japanese sparrow, which is native to Japan and symbolises loyalty and love.
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