The selection of materials for golf umbrellas is often more sophisticated. The umbrella frame is mostly made of all-fiber synthetic materials, and the unique toughness of the fiber umbrella frame ensures that the umbrella will not be broken by the wind at night. However, there are also some considerations from the perspective of cost. The use of grooved bone (iron) or round bone (iron) often breaks after a short time. Normally, we do not recommend customers to use it. The fabrics of golf umbrellas are mostly special fabrics for high-end umbrellas, including 190 nylon silver tape and 190PG cloth. Umbrellas made of such fabrics often have a flat surface. After being exposed to the rain, water drops quickly fall off. 190 nylon silver tape has the function of anti-ultraviolet rays, which can filter out the hot summer heat. The bright colors are pleasing to the eye. The 190PG cloth (also often referred to as the touch cloth) feels soft and has a very texture. It is unpretentious and makes people feel stable and generous. Most golf umbrella handles are made of EVA (commonly known as sponge). This handle has a good hand feel. The disadvantage is that if it is not dried in time after being damp, it is easy to produce white mold. There are also plastic umbrella handles or wooden umbrella handles, but it is best to match with a rubber handle (the cost will be 2-3 yuan/piece), the softness and hardness are moderate, and it is very comfortable to hold in the hand.
There are many styles of golf umbrellas. The most common ones are straight hand-opening golf umbrellas, straight automatic golf umbrellas, and two-fold self-opening golf umbrellas. Because the umbrellas are large, they tend to be more driving. Yes, it is often unstable and more and more user-friendly design. This problem has been better solved. The golf umbrella surface has been improved. The common practice is to make the umbrella surface into a double layer, and the lower layer The top of the umbrella surface is vented, and then the upper layer is covered on the lower layer, which is larger than the ventilation hole and just covers it. The upper and lower layers are stitched with a small amount of needlework. During normal use, rain cannot enter the inside of the umbrella. When it came over, the top of the surplus was drained out. There is another approach that has similarities and similarities with other methods. Simply make the umbrella stand into a double layer, which is a bit like a Chinese pavilion. The wind can pass but the rain can't get in. Sometimes these ideas are really amazing.