The phrase “bad-ass umbrella” qualifies as one we never thought we’d write. But it’s tough to describe the Senz umbrella line with any other compound adjective. The models look like a cross between a traditional umbrella and the top of an x-wing cockpit, but the asymmetrical design delivers more a quirky aesthetic. The construction creates some serious rigidity and helps slice through gusting head winds, making the umbrellas damn near impossible to collapse or invert. It’s rated to handle winds up to 62 miles per hour, comes with an ergonomic hand grip to help you keep hold of the thing in a storm, and most of the canopies have UV protection. Torn on which one to go with? The Original ($68) is a good bet for daily use, while the Smart S ($34) is a more affordable, travel-friendly model.