By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Dec 4, 2007 • References: gustbuster & gustbuster
Chances are, you've been caught in a wind storm that just happened to be accompanied by heavy rains, and, unless you had a GustBuster, the probability that your umbrella flipped inside out is pretty high.

Those who carry a GustBuster, however, stay dry and keep their eyes free of wind-blown debris. The College of Aeronautics proved the umbrella could be be busted in winds blasting over 55 miles per hour.

Next time you're caught in a torrential downpour, soaked to the bone because your umbrella flipped out on you, its easiest to ditch your shield entirely and reconsider getting yourself of these gimmicks instead. At $40, it's totally justifiable. Just think how many $15 umbrellas you've had to throw out after windstorms. Makes sense, right? Stats for Anti-Inside Out Umbrella Trending: Older & Chilly
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