Rains have a way of making the day gloomy and dull for our little ones. However, you can change that notion with some cute, colorful, and vibrant umbrellas for your kids. Even when it is raining, your little ones will be the ones telling you about going to school. So while you and your kids are so concerned with cuteness, you can surely find cute-looking and effective umbrellas for kids and keep them dry in style. Mentioned here are lightweight, durable, waterproof, kid-proof, windproof, poke-proof umbrellas for kids, not to forget their cute designs and vibrant colors.

Stephen Joseph Pop Up Umbrella

Stephen Joseph Pop Up umbrella is 100% Polyester. With this umbrella, you do not have to worry about water getting through, as rain will slide right off of the water-resistant exterior. In addition, it comes in 13 different designs and colors, which your little one will find attractive. Besides that, the 3D imaginative characters on the canopy are unique and encourage big imaginations, making the umbrella fun-filled. It features a curved handle they can grab and hang for storage and a velcro closure that is easy to open and close. It is also lightweight, portable, and compact, so your little one can hold onto it without feeling uncomfortable. Finally, it is easy to wash by hand, durable, and easy to maintain.

Totes Clear Bubble Umbrella

This beautiful, bubble design umbrella has a clear waterproof canopy that will keep your kid’s head and his/her entire upper body dry. In addition, to make movement comfortable, it is a transparent type. That way, your kids do not have to raise the umbrella up at every interval to have a clear view of where they are going. Aside from that, it also comes with smooth edges to help prevent your kids from injury. It is also easy to open and close with pinching by your child’s tiny fingers. Its steel shaft, rim, and curved plastic handle are convenient for the kids to hold. This sturdy umbrella is rainproof and windproof, so your child will get protected from the wind, likewise from the rain. Finally, it is lightweight, durable, and easy to wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Kidorable Dragon Knight Umbrella

Looking for an umbrella that will serve you all year round? The dragon knight umbrella by Kidorable is great for both rain and shine. This umbrella is made of lightweight, waterproof and child-safe nylon. Asides from that, it comes with a comfortable, easy to grip, plastic sword handle to amuse kids, pop-up wings, and an adorable fire-breathing dragon. In addition, there’s also an easy-to-use push-button closure with safety caps on the tips of the ribs to protect little faces. Finally, it comes in a size that is both large enough for big kids and, at the same time, light enough for little kids and toddlers to use.

Hipsterkid Umbrella

This cute fruit print design kid umbrella is a combination of style and effectiveness. With this umbrella, your kids can enjoy the rainy season because it makes them stay dry in style. The kid-size umbrella comes with a rubber handle that is soft, smooth, and comfortable to hold by your little one. Besides that, it is super easy to open and close ( buttonless release to open – Button snap to close). The rounded tips protect the canopy ends of the umbrella. Hipsterkid umbrella is waterproof, poke proof, pinch-proof, making it super ideal for kids to use. The umbrella is suitable for kids ages 3 and up.

Disney Frozen Umbrella

Talking of lightweight, compact and handy umbrellas, this kid umbrella can’t be any better. It is super light, and your kid will have fun holding it for as long as they want. With an adorable canopy detailed with characters Elsa and Annais, your little one is sure to find it attractive, especially if your kid is a fan of the movie frozen. Furthermore, this umbrella features a wrist strap with Velcro closure for easy storage. A coordinating handle has a picture of Elsa and Anna together to further boost the fine look of the umbrella. Aside from kids loving it, moms will also love it because it is easy to wipe clean.


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