Wear it around your neck for casual wear or during sports - all year round. Pull it up to cover the chin and the back of the neck in cooler weather. Ideal for dirt, dust, rain or cold. Easily adjusted with one hand. Highly breathable.
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How can one bit of material be so darn useful? 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.
The moisture-wicking properties keep sweat under wraps, preventing the cooling of excess moisture and thus lowering the chances of losing body heat. They are thin enough to fit under helmets easily with no uncomfortable seams, and are made from non-itchy microfibers.
Please include attribution to coolofthewild. For ultimate head protection in winter conditions, rock the balaclava Buff. It sits well underneath helmets without any uncomfortable seams or creases. Check out the video at the bottom to see how to wear a Buff balaclava.
This simple setup prevents sweat rolling down your forehead on hot summer expeditions. The tail at the back also protects the back of your neck from the sun. Choose a UV Buff for added protection. Great when out jogging to prevent sweat from dripping into your eyes. Twisting the middle of the Buff makes a great fitting and stylish double-lined Buff beanie. 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.
For a single-layered Buff beanie hat with a bit of style, simply tie a loose big knot in the end of the Buff. This way of wearing a Buff provides excellent protection from the sun to your head and neck. Saturate it with water and the cooling properties will remain as the water evaporates. A hair Buff is ideal for big hair days!
Wear it as a hair band to keep your hair out of your face. Also a good option if you have wet hair in cold conditions — the band will leave much of your hair free to dry whilst still providing some warmth to your head and ears.
Use to wipe away sweat or wear it on your wrist just in case you might need to use it in any of the other ways listed above! Camping is what she loves to do the most, but has also spent many many hours clinging to the side of a rock face, cycling about the place, cruising the ski-slopes on her snowboard and hiking small mountains and big hills.
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Updated: August 15, References. It wicks away sweat, protects your skin from the wind and sun, and keeps you warm. To wear a Buff, tuck the bottom of it inside your shirt or jacket collar to stay warm or to protect the back of your neck from getting a sunburn. From the scarf position, pull the back of the Buff up so it covers the majority of your scalp if you want to keep your ears and head warm.
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