Rain Walker SUL Umbrella

Sale price$65.00

The solution for dry cover on a wet day.

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Pickup available at 8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

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Rain Walker SUL Umbrella

Rain Walker SUL Umbrella


8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue
Beaverton OR 97008
United States

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ So Light!

"I used this umbrella on a long distance hiking trip in England. It was incredibly light to throw in my backpack and easy to pull out and use in the rain. Highly recommend!" - Samantha

5.5 oz - 156 g Trekking Umbrella

Say hello to the lightest, full-size trekking umbrella on the market.

Ultralight umbrellas are one of the most underappreciated pieces of gear out on the trail. The Rain Walker SUL offers more ventilation and weighs less than most rain gear and often keeps you drier.


An umbrella is one of the most versatile pieces of gear you can own. It offers a shield from the rain, shade from the sun, can act as a micro-shelter, and even be used as an anchor point for your tarp or tent. The Rain Walker SUL does all of that at a mere 5.5 ounces.

The Rain Walker SUL is a great alternative to traditional rain gear, especially in hot and humid climates. An ultralight umbrella allows you to dress for the temperature instead of the weather.

And in rainy conditions, you have a great mini shelter for checking maps and guidebooks or even snapping pictures.

  • NOTICE: While we have tested this umbrella in high winds, hail, and other extreme conditions the ultralight components that make up this product require extra care when using this umbrella in the field.




5.5 oz | 156 g


25" | 63.5cm

Open Width

37" | 94 cm


7.5 ft² or .7 m²

Shaft Length

23.5" | 60cm

Water Column

3000 mm



10 D SilNylon


Carbon Fiber


Carbon Fiber


EVA Foam

Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Thomas Schwarz
Tough umbrella

I hiked many miles with this umbrella through sun, rain, snow, and sleet. It handles high winds and hitting trees. Tough, yet light, umbrella.

Bob Weggel
Ultralight umbrella

It's a disappointment that the umbrella is not as compact as the one made by Snow Peak. but it probably is sturdier, My Snow Peak umbrella broke a rib when contending with wind of only moderate velocity,

Bruce Johnson
A little TOO light

I bought one, and liked it until the wind really picked up, both on the Long Trail and in the Southern Rockies. It turned inside out. It was not a fatal flaw, but it is really so light that it cannot handle conditions. I ended up buying a Euroschirm Liteflex for 3 ounces more, and it has seen me through difficult conditions without any problems.

John P Brauner
Ideal trekking umbrella

I have had a few trekking umbrella in the past so I had an idea of what I was looking for. Light and wind resistant, obviously, but I didn't want a silver finish or compact double folding design this time. I bought this to be my travel umbrella.

Josh Beers
Great umbrella

Really like the carbon umbrella, super light!!