The My Trail Company Chrome Umbrella is an alternative to conventional rain gear. It’s lighter, more waterproof, and more comfortable in warmer temperatures. Wind, off-trail travel, and poorly maintained trails are a challenge for it, however. Read more pros & cons of backpacking umbrellas.
I am giving away one new Chrome Umbrella, which was given to me my MTC for this purpose.
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The giveaway is now closed. The winner was #113, Scot R.
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I would love to try the umbrella!! I recently purchased the SD Quilt. Can’t wait to try it out!
I used e to e have one of those umbrellas. They are great. Lost it on a long hike. They are essential hikes in rainy or hot climates.
It doesn’t look like it would attach to a backpack, which would make it hands-free, and more useful.
Yes, it can be attached hands free. There are a couple places where you can find info on that (e.g., Walking With Wired, Lady on a Rock). I have used mine hands on a Golite Pinnacle.