Perfect for New Yorkers, tourists, or anyone caught in the rain on the way to the train, this sturdy subway map umbrella is easy to carry in your tote bag or briefcase on bad weather days. This durable umbrella is great for heavy winds and comes in an easy to carry case with handles.
- Auto Open and Close.
- Double Layer with Vented Canopy
- Black Steel Frame Wind Resistant up to 40 MPH.
- Ployester Pongee Fabric.
- Telfon® Coated.
- Black Rubberized Handle.
- Comes with Matching Sleeve
- Folded Length - 11.5 Inches
- Arc - 43 Inches
|What's the Story||Known as the Tauranac-Hertz map, Michael Hertz Associates created the design and John Tauranac oversaw the transition to this NYC subway map in 1979. Though not geographically accurate, the map includes streets and landmarks, allowing users to navigate from subway to aboveground locations. While many new editions (featuring city updates, color changes, and temporary themes) have been released, the basic design is still in use.|