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Ideal for tennis and other racquet instfuctions. Easily adjusted with one hand. Covers the whole of the head protecting you from the chills of winter. Best Backpacking Tents in It sits well underneath helmets without any uncomfortable seams or creases.
Wristband Makes it easy to carry! Simply adjust the way you wear it on the go. Scarf Wear it around your neck for casual wear or during sports – all year round.
Hat Liner Absorbs sweat and keeps you cool.
Neck Warmer Pull it up to cover the chin and the back of the neck in cooler weather. CampingCoolHiking. Keeps your hair back and looks stylish. Covers the top of the head and the back of the neck. Head Scarf Just pull the Buff back and you’ve got a great look. It can be worn with a helmet and is also good under the hood of your jacket to add some layering when hiking in the winter. Excellent way to wear underneath a motorbike helmet.
The moisture-wicking properties keep sweat under wraps, preventing the cooling of excess moisture and thus lowering the chances of losing body heat. Fold it for a pro look, or scrunch up for casual wear. Protects your neck when you are out in the sun. No knot to tie and easy to adjust. Dry Shampoo for Camping: For ultimate head protection in winter conditions, rock the balaclava Buff.
Wear it undeneath you bike helmet to wick away sweat. Pull up the bottom seam over your mouth for added warmth.
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No more bad hair days! Ideal for long or short hair. Choose a UV Buff for added protection.
Can be used to cover your ears if cold. Protection from the sun, wind and cold. Head Band Fold it for a pro look, or scrunch up for casual wear. Saturate it with water and the cooling properties will remain as the water evaporates.
Ideal for ehadwear, dust, rain or cold. Also a good option if you have wet hair in cold conditions — the band will leave much of hwadwear hair free to dry whilst still providing some warmth to your head and ears.
Nordic Walking for Beginners. Cool of the Wild. Can be worn over the ears for cold weather activities. Hood Covers the whole of the head protecting you from the chills of instructionss. Keeps hair in place. This simple setup prevents sweat rolling down your forehead on hot summer expeditions. The multifunctional headwear that is the Buff, is one of the most simple bits of outdoor kit you will ever buy, and there are more ways of putting it to good use than you might realise.
Why are Buffs so great? Do Rag Keeps your hair in place and covers your neck from sun rays. Bandana No knot to tie and easy to adjust.
Wear it as a hair band to keep your hair out of your face. Great when out jogging to prevent sweat from dripping into your eyes.
Scrunchie Keeps your hair back and looks stylish. A hair Buff is ideal for big hair days! Keeps your hair in place and covers your neck from sun rays.
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