Love my buff, use it every walk, it keeps hair out my face and wind out of my ears!
That's a very clever thing. Versatile and simple.
I'm keeping on myself all the time: it takes no space at all in my pocket.
I use it also under my helmet when I'm cycling.
I highly recommend it!
Brilliant, really cool, able to breath in it and it is also good any time of the year!
I've been wearing this for 3 years now, up mountains & in the sea, good as new when washed. I prefer this to my other one wytch has has a whiter inside (this one has a blacker inside). I'm looking to get a colour one - this black does go with everything including suits. Totally breathable, have slept with it on too many nights & my long hair is none the worse for it. Honestly can't fault it! ^o^
Polar BUFF was very helpful for my Antarctic expedition, and it keeps me warm in even extreme weather. It’s also very comfortable and adaptable for many activities. I find it more helpful than a scarf especially for outdoor activities. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves outdoor activities like a polar expedition!
A cold day in February was chosen to try out the Buff in the Brecon Beacon's, South Wales with an air temperature of minus 1C and wind chill of -4C, perfect conditions.
This one does exactly what it says on the packet. It protected me from a cold Welsh wind whilst keeping my neck comfortably warm and wicking away any moisture. I was very impressed and will certainly be wearing it on all my winter trips. I may also add the the matching wind-proof hat in the future.
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