Offset Pole Umbrellas

Offset Pole Umbrellas

Rio Sidepost Market & Patio Umbrellas

Market and patio umbrellas are the most popular choice for providing shade on the backyard patio, poolside, or deck. Many types of market and patio umbrellas are adjustable so that the maximum amount of shade can be achieved no matter the time of day. The Rio Series Sidepost Market & Patio Umbrellas have long been a favorite of homeowners everywhere. Rio Sidepost Umbrellas are sturdy, yet versatile, and they feature all aluminum powder coated frames with manual draw string openings. You have your choice of frame color and either the 9.5ft Hexagonal canopy or the 7ft x 10ft Rectangle canopy -- both are available in 4 vibrant colors. Choose from Forest Green, Antique Beige, Navy Blue, or Taupe. The Rio Series Sidepost Umbrellas will rotate a full 360 degrees, and an optional tilt mechanism is available for increased versatility.

What is a Sidepost Umbrella? Also known as an Offset Pole Umbrella, the Sidepost Umbrella offers a unique advantage over traditional market and patio umbrellas. Most traditional umbrellas must be placed in the center hole of a patio table to keep the umbrella from tipping over. Unfortunately, the table itself benefits the most from the umbrellas shade, leaving at least one person under the umbrella partially or fully exposed to the suns heat and harmful rays. With a Sidepost Market or Patio Umbrella, there is no pole in the umbrella's center to take up precious space in the shade. A post on the side of the umbrella ensures that everyone stays shaded and comfortable on the patio, deck, or at the pool side from sun up to sunset. In addition, Sidepost and Offset Pole Patio Umbrellas rotate a full 360 degrees without ever having to be moved from the base, so you and your entire party can enjoy complete shade no matter the time of day.

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Last Updated: 07/30/2016 06:37 AM - ID:1871