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Coolibar Travel Sun Umbrella



Good day Neighbors!

I just have to share my experience with the Coolibar Travel Umbrella!  I love it!  The first place I used it was while we were in New Mexico.  The church we were with had an outdoor meeting on Sunday.  All the preaching was done outside.  Now, I don't know about you, but I personally burn easily, so do my daughters.  So, when I heard we would be outside most of the day, I grabbed my Coolibar Travel Sun Umbrella.  I sat in the middle and had my daughters sit on each side of me.  That way we were all pretty much covered.




The Coolibar umbrella measures a generous 42 inches.  With a patented double-canopy design with a mesh insert for optimum ventilation and stability.  Now I have to tell you, not only was it hot, but it was also a little windy.  Now, how many of you have ever had an umbrella flip inside out and break?  Well, mine popped inside out and amazingly enough it is flexible enough that it did not break, it just flipped right back as easy as could be.  Here is another piece of interesting information, my daughter noticed that it actually felt cooler under the umbrella.  It reflected the sun's rays and helped to keep us cool.  The underside absorbs UV rays and the umbrella itself is rated a UPF 50+.  It has water repellent durable fabric, and comes in two colors.  You can choose from silver or black.  For sun protection I would definitely choose the silver.

Be sure to check out the organizations that recommend Coolibar.


We also took the umbrella to the Dallas Arboretum.  It was so nice to carry the Coolibar umbrella around.  It measure 20" fully extended and collapses to 11" for your carrying convenience.  It weighs only 14 oz.  It was easy to store when not in use, but we were able to pull it out when needed.  Perfect!

About Coolibar:
Coolibar's mission is to develop superior sun protective products that allow people to enjoy life in the sun. We design, manufacture and market a range of quality sun protection products including sun protective clothes, SPF clothing, sun hats, sun protection swimwear, sunglasses, umbrellas, sunscreens and sunscreen. Coolibar is a private company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

You can purchase this umbrella for $39 from Coolibar.  I am really impressed with this umbrella and it will be traveling many more places with me.  I just have to let you know, that although many people burned that Sunday out in the sun, I came back with no burn whatsoever!  I am usually the one burned and peeling for days!  Thank you Coolibar!  I am seriously considering one of their larger umbrellas.  What a great gift idea this would make for anyone you know who burns easily!


One neighbor will receive a Coolibar Travel Umbrella.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Coolibar Umbrella for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


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Comments

scottsgal said…
the shade to go shelter would be great for baseball tournaments
Darlene said…
Another product I would like is Cookie sunREADER Sunglasses
DEBIJOT said…
I like the Coastal Sun Hat
latanya t said…
Santa Cruz Reversible Hat
andrea v said…

Print Ruche Swim Shirt

Coolestmommy said…
I like the Sunblock Jacket plus size.
April Yedinak said…
I like the 62" Titanium Golf umbrella

april yedinak
Anne N. said…
I love the Packable Wide Brim Hat women's sun hat.
Heather said…
i like the boys swim set.
Taylor said…
I am so pale, this would help so much for picnics and dog walks!
Diana said…
I like the Costal Sun Hat
Unknown said…
I really like the coastal sun hat!
Yvie said…
I like any of the hats!
Funsweeper said…
I like the Cookie sunReader sunglasses
one frugal lady said…
I love teh titanium baby beach tent!
onecheaplady@yahoo.com
Mikie said…
I like the boy's swim tees. My 2 sons are in swim lessons now & they're always getting cold so something like this would work to keep them warm.
Chung said…
I like Santa Cruz Reversible Hat.
cw said…
I like the girls surfs up sports hat
Rajani said…
I love the Coastal Sun Hat
The shapeable poolside sunhat would come in handy during the summer for me!
Unknown said…
I like the Packable Wide Brim Hat women's sun hat
GamerMom said…
I love the Family Aerodome Beach Tent
I like their hats, especially since they come in larger sizes.
Lame Shrill Owl said…
The Print Ruche Swim Shirt
gsandoval said…
the sunglasses look useful
Unknown said…
I like the Laurel Canyon Fedora. Shady and stylish!
Unknown said…
I like the blue Beach Sun Hat
Unknown said…
I like the coastal sun hat
The 62" Titanium Golf Umbrella
Momma Told Me said…
I like the panama sun hat
Emi said…
toddler sassy swim set
blessnel said…
I like the Panama Sun Hat!
Marysa said…
Long Sleeve swim shirt in pink (Women's).
Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com
Jenny18286 said…
I like the women's packable Sun Hat. They show it in pink, but I'd probably get it in black.
corey1971 said…
I like the super sport hat. (Corey Olomon)
AEKZ2 said…
I also like the ZnO Beach Henley Dress
jlapage said…
http://www.coolibar.com/product/Boys/Toddler-2T-4T/Swimwear/Toddler-Surfer-Dude-Swim-Set/pc/2221/c/2269/sc/2309/155560.uts
phxbne said…
Packable Wide Brim Hat women's sun hat.
Sandi said…
I'd like to wear the coastal sun hat.
clenna said…
Love the Sunblock Jacket
Item #01294C

Anonymous said…

Shapeable Poolside Sun Hat
I also love their Chlorine Resistant Ultra Sport Hat! It looks super cool!
Thank You So Much for the great giveaway

Fiona N
Unknown said…
i like the Swim Bike Run Jacket
Unknown said…
I like that Panama Sun Hat
Randi said…
I love the sun sleeves! So many times I have wished for a product like that, and now I found it thanks to you!
Unknown said…
I love the pink water jacket!!!
Janet Boyanton said…
I like the packable wide brimmed sun hat.
blew415 said…
I like the Sun Shawl
Anonymous said…
i like the sunblock jacket :) **name on rafflecopter is kemberley crosswhite**
Kwolek21 said…
InsTent Sun Shelteris what I'd also like.
Erin S said…
Like the Solar Eclipz ezShade
Erinn A (rafflecopter)
Sue Hull said…
I like the Cookie sunReader Sun Glasses. They have some pretty cool stuff.Thank you for the awesome giveaway!
Love your blog background,so cute! :)
tabitha pittz said…
id also like the big floppy hat the model on the front page is wearing :)

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