BUFF Original Buff, Graphite

April 19, 2014 - Comment

Incredibly versatile, Original Buff Headwear keeps you cool in summer, warm in winter, wicks moisture, and dries quickly. No matter how you wear it, it’s the must-pack accessory of the outdoors. Product Features Soft, lightweight microfiber fabric keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter. Breathable fabric wicks away moisture and dries quickly. Provides

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Incredibly versatile, Original Buff Headwear keeps you cool in summer, warm in winter, wicks moisture, and dries quickly. No matter how you wear it, it’s the must-pack accessory of the outdoors.

Product Features

  • Soft, lightweight microfiber fabric keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter. Breathable fabric wicks away moisture and dries quickly. Provides wind-resistant, comfortable protection from cold.
  • Seamless tubular construction for smooth comfort against the skin. 2-way lateral stretch fabric retains its shape. Stylish and multifunctional: Can be worn as a bandanna, headband, hat, dust/wind mask, neck gaiter, balaclava, head scarf, hair band, wristband, scrunchie, saharaine, pirate cap, or helmet liner.
  • Treated with Polygiene for active odor control�safe next to the skin, environmentally friendly (natural silver salt), and permanent. One size fits most adults with a head circumference of 21-25 in. (53-62 cm); measure head circumference just above the ears. Measures: 20 x 9.5 in. (50 x 24 cm); weight: 2.9 oz..
  • Colorfast and machine washable; do not machine dry or iron; do not use bleach or fabric softeners. Buff is derived from the Spanish word �bufanda,� which means �scarf�. Made in Igualada, just outside of Barcelona, Spain.

Comments

J.L. Jameson says:

Too small for big guys I ordered a seagrass UV Blackfly Buff for use while wade fishing the sunny bonefish flats. It is recommended by several fly fishing gurus so I thought I’d try one. I’m 6’2″ and have an 18″ neck and this thing is just too tight to be comfortable enough to wear. It is also too tight for me to wear as a headband and especially as a balaclava when it begins to feel like a treatment for a broken jaw! I can stretch it out but it immediately returns to it’s original size and puts the squeeze on…..of…

scott_from_dallas says:

I love these things I have about 8 Buffs — all the UV version. They are outstanding. I wear them almost daily and for most things outdoors. I wear them to jog, bike, hike, hunt, and even play softball in the summer heat. It works great for those of us who need to cover up the head (lack of hair and fair skin don’t mix), and it can be worn in a way to cover the back of the next. Its easy to wear them under a cap if you want to, and I do a lot. Sort of turns a cap into one of those desert hats.There are…

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