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Introducing the Brella ... a Customized Weather Protection Wearable

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Brella Brella LLC has just introduced the Brella at the PGA Merchandising show with great results and global interest.  

 

The Brella, a lightweight, high performance waterproof garment, is designed for outdoor sports enthusiasts who are active with their upper body and need freedom of movement protection, and water protection.  The Brella is ideal for outdoor activity like golf, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing and other applications per the attached.  To view the Brella in action, please click:  http://www.brellabrella.com/distribution .

 

You can private label the Brella for corporate promotions or golf tournaments. Visit our web site for more information at http://www.BrellaBrella.com  for more information.

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BRELLA END USER APPS - FEB 2017.pdf

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How is this different than the 4 pack of poncho's I bought for $10 before going to disney?

 

Also with all that loose fabric it seems like it was actually impede the golf swing rather than allow freedom of movement.  Generally speaking for golf I'd like something tighter that still allows freedom of movement.  No danger of getting tangled up then.

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There's absolutely no way I could wear that circus tent while golfing. Way too loose

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How about a user review?

 

Select three Spies and let them test it out.

 

 

Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy

Now ya cooking with Crisco! Make sure you throw one fat spy in the testing to make sure that thing works for the big boys

 

 

Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy

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Did you all watch the video? Solid golf there. Watch with no sound for full awkwardness :D

 

 

Whatever do you mean

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I'm not sure how to answer individual comments here but permit me to address some of your thoughts:

  1. the Brella is a waterproof garment that has 4 snaps on the right and the left to customize the fit at the waist.  It looks loose in the photo because the snaps are not closed.  You can see a diagram of this feature in the applications attachment and also at: http://www.brellabrella.com/products
  2. The Brella is designed for total freedom of movement for the  upper body and arm so as not to inhibit the flow of the swing.   This is demonstrated on the web site video at: http://www.brellabrella.com/distribution
  3. You can buy an inexpensive poncho at retail stores for $10 and you get what you pay for ... a garment that will protect you for a short time from the rain, is probably disposable and minimizes outdoor activity movement due to its' length. BRELLA UNIQUE FEATURES - FEB 2017.pdfThe Brella is made with much better waterproof materials and has a 10/10 rating.  The explanation of this rating is on the web site at: http://www.brellabrella.com/products 
  4. I like the idea of independent testing with some spies.  The first 3 spies that email me their name and address at sales@brellabrella.com will receive a sample to try.  Since we are a new company, we can't get them to you until our next shipment in JUN.  The first 3 peeps get a sample ...

I appreciate all your comments and questions and please keep them coming ...

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I once again would have to kick my own ass if i wore that.

 

 

Sent from my iPhone while sitting at the 19th hole.

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... Looks like it would be ideal to put over your iron head covers while playing so they won't get wet.  B)

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$200 limited edition wedge wrecked cause it didn't have iron cover. I stand by them now thanx!IMG_3727.JPG

 

 

Sent from my iPhone while sitting at the 19th hole.

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