The IOco BIG or Golf Umbrella, with designs by Dani Till, not only look stunning with her watercolours on the outside, there is an added fused inner layer with a sun safe UPF50 PLUS rating. This means it provides both UVA and UVB protection for 98% of harmful UV rays. Now your large sports umbrella can protect you on both sunny and rainy days. So, whether there is a shower, rain, cloud or sun, you are now shielded from the harsh Australian weather.
With all the rain in Australia due to the current La Nina weather pattern, the IOco Big Umbrella provides that extra cover needed when at Saturday morning sport or at a football game with the family. You can now leave the 'Bunnings' Golf Umbrella in the closet and showcase your gorgeous IOco Sports Umbrella.
If you are a Golfer, impress your friends when the rains starts to fall as well as 'lifting the look' of your golf bag when your umbrella is attached.
The majority of skin cancers in Australia are caused by exposure to UV radiation. Skin Cancer is the fourth most common diagnosed cancer in Australia and in 2022, the Cancer Council launched a new campaign, called 'Check the UV' to promote the awareness of the UV Index.
The UV Index is a tool you can use to protect yourself from UV radiation. It educates us on the times during the day that you need to create a barrier for your skin. The IOco compact Mini Umbrella's UPF 50+ sun protection layer shields you from the harsh UV rays and will also keep you cooler from the hot sun while looking fine :)
- Handle: Push to Open
- Design: Black underside (UPF 50+ fused layer) with the watercolour painting design on the top canopy.
- Protection: Rain and Sun Safe UPF 50+
- Stem: Graphite
- Height: 92cm
- Canopy diameter: 124cm
- Weight: 655 grams
We are proud to present our NEW Australiana collaboration with Victorian artist - Dani Till
Dani Till is an Australian award winning Gippsland artist who is passionate about Australian flora and fauna and loves to bring them to life with watercolours.
The Kookaburra is a Australian Native icon and can be found throughout Eastern Australia. They have been introduced to Tasmania, the extreme south-west of Western Australia and New Zealand. The loud, distinctive call is an essential feature of the dawn chorus.