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post #196 of 641
Ive never seen an umbrella with a grey canopy. Sounds interesting.
post #197 of 641
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Ive never seen an umbrella with a grey canopy. Sounds interesting.

It sounds fantastic, actually. If it were gray silk, it would be even more fanastic.

- B
post #198 of 641
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Bah, silk's overrated. Nice in theory, less enthralling in execution.
post #199 of 641
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Bah, silk's overrated. Nice in theory, less enthralling in execution.

That's exactly why it is wonderful, impractical like good lingerie.

- B
post #200 of 641
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That's exactly why it is wonderful, impractical like good lingerie.

Let's just say I find the resulting wetness associated with a silk canopy less appealing.
post #201 of 641
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Let's just say I find the resulting wetness associated with a silk canopy less appealing.

Good God...you don't actually unfurl an umbrella.

What's wrong with you?

Maybe you pull a small sword out of it, but that's it.

- B
post #202 of 641
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Good God...you don't actually unfurl an umbrella.

What's wrong with you?

Maybe you pull a small sword out of it, but that's it.

- B

My sword isn't small at all. Full length.
post #203 of 641
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You guys might be disappointed - I didn't order a wood shaft, simple steel one.
Those can be okay, too.
post #204 of 641
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Ive never seen an umbrella with a grey canopy. Sounds interesting.
I have an umbrella with a gray flannel canopy.
post #205 of 641
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Those can be okay, too.

I actually prefer them to the all wood ones. The all wood ones make the umbrella very thick and look kind of arcane on a younger person. How much do James umbrellas tend to cost if they have a metal shaft? I've been buying lots of grey clothing lately and my bright yellow briggs doesn't look very good with it and I can't think of any umbrella makers besides James that do either a dark green or grey umbrella.
post #206 of 641
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I actually prefer them to the all wood ones. The all wood ones make the umbrella very thick and look kind of arcane on a younger person. How much do James umbrellas tend to cost if they have a metal shaft? I've been buying lots of grey clothing lately and my bright yellow briggs doesn't look very good with it and I can't think of any umbrella makers besides James that do either a dark green or grey umbrella.
I have several suits that are gray and chacoal. My gray flannel umbrella looks great with them.
post #207 of 641
Between my photography skills and the lack of light in the room... hopefully you'll discern the umbrella











post #208 of 641
Ive never understood the appeal of whangee handles. Great colour canopy and shine on the hardware though.
post #209 of 641
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Between my photography skills and the lack of light in the room... hopefully you'll discern the umbrella

Looks good.
post #210 of 641
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Love the whangee. Handsome umbrella, gdl.
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