Made in the Shade
 
 
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Perfect Beach Shade


Designed and Hand-Stitched in North Carolina

 

The Shibumi Shade is the perfect beach shade because it's more portable, easier to assemble, provides more shade, and stands up to high wind better than any other beach umbrella or tent available.

The unique arch shape of the Shibumi is not only a striking design, but is highly effective at making the Shibumi Shade the lightest, most durable beach shade in existence.

 
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Impossibly Light

Weighing only 3.75 pounds, the Shibumi Shade comes with a convenient carrying case to toss over your shoulder.  (Try that with a tailgate tent).

2-Minute Setup

Easy setup and take-down means more time to relax on the beach. Connect the poles, slide on the canopy, and you've got it made in the shade. 

 
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So Much Shade

The Shibumi Shade provides 30+ UPF sun protection with over 100 square feet of shade, and seats 6 adults comfortably side by side. There’s plenty of room leftover for coolers, beach gear, dogs, and kids.

Wind Powered

All other types of rigid beach shelters, including beach umbrellas and tailgate tents break in high wind, but the Shibumi Shade was built to use the wind, not fight it. 

 

Fast, Free Shipping!

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Highest-Quality Materials

We developed the Shibumi Shade with the best components we could find. The canopy is made from ripstop polyester (the same material used in parachutes) for lightweight durability. The poles are powder-coated aluminum so they're super strong, lightweight, and resistant to corrosion.

Unmatched Durability

The Shibumi Shade stands up to the toughest conditions. Our fully patented design incorporates only high-quality materials and workmanship, meaning the Shibumi will stand up to the strongest breeze when you're on the beach. You won't need any extra buckets, sand bags, or elaborate methods for fighting the wind.