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The Mini - Previous collection
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The Mini from our previous collection: Discover or rediscover the old version of our The Mini model. This manual folding umbrella, once stored in its cover, will accompany you on all your expeditions!

THE MINI: COMPACT ECO-FRIENDLY UMBRELLA WITH ITS ABSORBENT COVER

Eco-friendly canopy

The dense canopy (200 threads/in²) of The Mini is made from recycled plastic bottles (rPET). For each The Mini produced, over six 500 ml bottles were recycled. The canopy also comes with a water-repellent coating (REACH compliant).

Technical frame

The Mini measures only 18.5cm and weighs less than 200g, but its frame made from fibreglass, aluminum and steel is strong enough to withstand the wind.
You can take your umbrella with you wherever you go, whether in a bag, a handbag or even your pocket.

Composition

Canopy: 100% recycled polyester.
Frame: a mix of steel, aluminum, and fiberglass.
Cover: microfibre, recycled polyester.

Traceability

Designed in France.
Produced in China.

Innovative cover

The Mini, like all our umbrellas, is equipped with a patented absorbent cover. It is designed to solve the problem of wet bulky umbrellas, which are inconvenient in public transport or when getting in a shop. Store your wet umbrella in its cover and then put it in your bag without worrying about losing it or soaking your belongings.

Triple-layer technology

The triple-layer technology of our covers is patented. The inner layer is a microfibre fabric that absorbs water from the umbrella. The middle layer is a waterproof material.
Finally, the outer layer is an umbrella fabric with the same coating as The Mini.

Closed umbrella size: 18.5cm.
Weight of umbrella in its cover: 185g.

It is best to shake the umbrella well before storing it in its cover. After use, it is advisable to turn the cover inside out and leave the umbrella open to facilitate drying. The cover can be machine-washed on a delicate cycle at 30°C.