A warm scarf on your weekend hike

A landscape frontal shot of a young man & woman in the woods. They seem to be on a day trip outdoor. It looks like a standard European winter day without rain. Both are wearing premium outdoor jackets and Wool Buff® around their neck. Source buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Wool Buff®
It’s cold & you are out and about? The Wool Buff® as scarf gives you great comfort.

It’s a wonderful winter day. You’re out in the country site for a hike.

The Wool Buff® as a scarf is one of the most popular ways to wear here.

As you can see on the picture it:

  • fits snug around your neck
  • goes into every nook & cranny to leave no skin exposed

The merino wool makes it also super comfortable.

The photo was give us as promo material for the 2009 winter season. I assume it’s taken somewhere in Catalonia in the mountains outside Barcelona.

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Design

The designs pictured are solid colours. The fabric is dyed.

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A landscape shot of a couple kissing. It is obvious that they are on ski holidays. She is wearing a Polar Buff® as scarf and a Neckwarmer Buff® as hat. He is wearing a Original Buff® as ear warmer. Source: buff.eu. Distributed for the promotion of Buff® products

Cosy warm winter holidays

A landscape shot of a couple kissing. It is obvious that they are on ski holidays. She is wearing a Polar Buff® as scarf and a Neckwarmer Buff® as hat. He is wearing a Original Buff® as ear warmer. Source: buff.eu. Distributed for the promotion of Buff® products
Polar Buff® & Neck Warmer Buff® keep you cosy warm. The Original Buff® he is wearing is more for chill protection.

Don’t we all dream of this? Ski holidays with lots of love & snow.

She definitely wants to be cosy warm.

A Polar Buff® as scarf is super warm. It also keeps the chill from entering the jacket.

A Neck Warmer Buff® as beanie keeps the head cosy warm.

The two together are great if you’re not moving much or you hate the cold.

He seems to be more on the sporty side. Very energetic skiers & snowboarders are happy with just the Original Buff®. All they need is chill protection and wicking the sweat away. The Original Buff® excels here.

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Go colourful. It’s for your holiday.

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Comfort Scarf for Adventurous Women

Want comfort on your adventures? The Original Buff® as comfort scarf is the nb. 1 choice among women. (www.amazonheart.org)
Want comfort on your adventures? The Original Buff® as comfort scarf is the nb. 1 choice among women. (www.amazonheart.org)

The number 1 use on adventures. A comfort scarf if you’re a little bit out of your comfort zone.

In this case the scarf also:

  • Seals the motorcycle collar
  • Keeps the bugs out
  • Takes the bite of cool air

The image shows the AmazonHeart group on their first UK ride in 2005. They are outside the Ace Cafe in London.

AmazonHeart organises adventures for women that have survived breast cancer. It’s all about getting back to embrace life to the fullest. As you can see they all wear their Original Buff® the same way.

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The design is a custom made AmazonHeart Design.

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A square downward shot of a child with a broken arm in a sling. The sling is in the centre of the image. Source: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10206949878769393&set=o.199281121709&type=3

Stabilise a Broken Arm with a Sling

A square downward shot of a child with a broken arm in a sling. The sling is in the centre of the image. Source: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10206949878769393&set=o.199281121709&type=3
Your child just broke an arm? Why not use a Buff® as sling.

Great idea.

Kelly submitted this photo to our FB page link

One of the many ways to make use of a Buff®.

For an adult it would need a Infinity Buff® to achieve this by the way. Original or High UV Buff® would be too small. But I guess there is a solution out there 🙂

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Everything goes 🙂

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Source: Facebook page “Buff® The Original Multifunctional Headwear”

A portrait selfie of Danielle Murdoch somewhere in the middle of nowhere. She is wearing a short sleeve Australian Geographic T-shirt and a grey Wool Buff® as scarf. The hair looks a bit scruffy as if she just took her motorcycle helmet off. She appears to be in her comfort zone and looks happy. Source: Danielle Murdoch motomonkeyadventures.com © permission to use on our websites

A Comforting Scarf on your Adventures

A portrait selfie of Danielle Murdoch somewhere in the middle of nowhere. She is wearing a short sleeve Australian Geographic T-shirt and a grey Wool Buff® as scarf. The hair looks a bit scruffy as if she just took her motorcycle helmet off. She appears to be in her comfort zone and looks happy. Source: Danielle Murdoch motomonkeyadventures.com © permission to use on our websites
Out on Adventure? The Wool Buff® as a scarf has this comforting effect (Danielle Murdoch)

You’re out of your comfort zone exploring the world.
Nice to have a comforting scarf with you.

The Wool Buff® is super comfortable and a favourite among globetrotters. It doesn’t matter if your discovering the world on your motorbike, your bicycle or hitch-hiking.

Pictured is Danielle Murdoch of motormonkeyadventures.com fame. She travelled from Australia over Asia to Africa with a motorbike she got of Ebay.

She loves her Wool Buff®. At this stage she probably didn’t know about the helmet hair solving ability of Buff® headwear. Now she’s got a guide on that issue.

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Everything goes 🙂 I recommend some colour to brighten up the black motorcycle gear.

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Source: Danielle Murdoch

A portrait frontal, full face photo of a man wearing a Original Buff® as helmet liner under his open face motorcycle touring helmet. A studio photoshoot with Buff® ambassador Jordi Viladoms in front of a black background. Jordi is wearing the Original Buff® as helmet liner. The front is pulled up to his nose as face mask. Source: buff.eu Copyright: © Original Buff® S.A. Released for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motorcycling.

Sweaty Gunky Helmets a Thing of the Past

A portrait frontal, full face photo of a man wearing a Original Buff® as helmet liner under his open face motorcycle touring helmet. A studio photoshoot with Buff® ambassador Jordi Viladoms in front of a black background. Jordi is wearing the Original Buff® as helmet liner. The front is pulled up to his nose as face mask. Source: buff.eu Copyright: © Original Buff® S.A. Released for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motorcycling.
Sweaty gunky helmet? A Buff® as helmet liner keeps your helmet fresh and clean

So your helmet is gunky and smells.
It takes hours to clean and yet the smell comes back.

Next time you clean it use a anti-bacterial treatment like Polygiene.

Then use a Buff® to keep it that way. A Buff® is anti-bacterial for life and kills germs. The source of the smell. Buff® uses Polygiene™.  The best anti-bacterial technology money can buy.

Are your side cushions also worn out from your beard? A Buff® as helmet liner will prevent that too.

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Designs

The design shown is Cashmere Blue. It is a evergreen in the collection.

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A frontal landscape shot of a fly fisherman standing up to his hips in water. The man is holding a large milkfish in his hands. He is wearing a High UV Buff® as face mask. Addional cap, long sleeve shirt and cap indicate that he wants total UV protection. Source: buff.eu Copyright: ©2007 Pat Ford. Given to us for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in the fishing market

Skin Cancer Protection for the Face

A frontal landscape shot of a fly fisherman standing up to his hips in water. The man is holding a large milkfish in his hands. He is wearing a High UV Buff® as face mask. Addional cap, long sleeve shirt and cap indicate that he wants total UV protection. Source: buff.eu Copyright: ©2007 Pat Ford. Given to us for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in the fishing market
Your face exposed to harsh UV light all day long? A High UV Buff® as face mask gives you extra skin cancer protection. (Pat Ford)

Skin cancer protection for the face is the number 1 reason Fisho’s wear a High UV Buff®.

This image sums it all up.
The sun hitting your face merciless all day. UPF20 adds extra skin cancer protection.

Sun cream causing all sorts of skin issues after a while. UPF20 lets your reduce it.

Then the heat and the ocean’s breeze wearing you down. Uses sweat to cool you and the wind doesn’t touch your skin.

Additionally:
Bad odours: Doesn’t smell like other fabrics
Fit: Doesn’t wear out or loose grip. Ours are 10 years and going strong.
Bacteria around mouth & nose: None. It kills bacteria for a lifetime.

The image was taken by Pat Ford somewhere in the Florida flats. It kick-started the High UV Buff® in international fishing.
Ironically the man is wearing the Buff® the wrong way round. He has the inside on the outside. This way he lowers the cooling effect. Still seems to be good enough 🙂
For maximum cooling effect wear the inside on the inside.

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Blue is a great colour for UV absorption and cooling.

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A landscape shot of a freestyle snowboarder. The conditions are rough. Strong winds are blowing snow around. He is wearing two Polar Buff®. One as scarf & face mask combination. The other one as hat / beanie. Source: buff.eu. Distributed for the promotion of the Polar Buff®

Unfreeze your face with a scarf / face mask combination

A landscape shot of a freestyle snowboarder. The conditions are rough. Strong winds are blowing snow around. He is wearing two Polar Buff®. One as scarf & face mask combination. The other one as hat / beanie. Source: buff.eu. Distributed for the promotion of the Polar Buff®
A Polar Buff® as face mask keeps the snow out of your face. The fleece keeps your neck wonderful warm.

You’re high up on the slopes & the weather goes south.

Good if you’ve got a Polar Buff® with you. This guy’s got two with him.

Use the fleece part to keep your neck warm.

Pull the Original Buff® part up as a face mask. Here you’ve got a great balance of chill protection & breathability. Who wants a frozen face :-).

In his case I would probably put a second layer of fabric over my chin. I like to be warm around the chin. The extra length of the Polar Buff® allows for this.

I find the 2nd Polar Buff® a bit of overkill. I would rather go for a Wool Buff® or a Original Buff® as a 2nd Buff®. This way you have more flexibility.

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A front landscape shot of a man standing on an ice field in front of a large military supply air craft. The back loading dock is open and people are moving around the plane. It is the runway of the Scott Base in Antarctica. The man is wearing a one piece down overall with a fur hood. Around his neck is a Original Buff® as scarf. Source: Michael Nottage © permission to use on our website

Seals Off the Weak Link of Extreme Cold Overalls

A front landscape shot of a man standing on an ice field in front of a large military supply air craft. The back loading dock is open and people are moving around the plane. It is the runway of the Scott Base in Antarctica. The man is wearing a one piece down overall with a fur hood. Around his neck is a Original Buff® as scarf. Source: Michael Nottage © permission to use on our website
Extreme Cold? The Original Buff® seals of the neck collar. The weak link in extreme cold weather gear.

Michael arriving at Scott Base, Antarctica.

He send us this image because we couldn’t believe that the Original Buff® does something good in extreme cold.

A side landscape shot of a man tying his motorcycle helmet. Visible is his upper body with the top of his helmet not visible. He is wearing a motorcycle leather jacket and a Original Buff® as scarf. His helmet is matt black and he is also wearing black sunglasses. He looks like a Harley rider. Interesting in this photo is how nice the Buff® closes up the jacket. It fills out all the nooks and crannies. The weather looks classic European summer. Not hot & not cold with a slight chill in the morning. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motorcycle

Turns out it’s great to seal off the jacket collar. The same reason motor bikers love it.

Cold wind gets through every nook & cranny. Especially if you have a hood attached like Michael’s overall. The Original Buff® as warming scarf just fills out every opening and seals off the collar.

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Recommended Designs

For the cold the colour can’t be dark enough. We recommend black or dark blue. These colours have the highest absorption rate. The design Michael is wearing is out of the National Geographic Collection

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Scott Base, Antarctica
Date taken: 01/01/2005
Source: Michael Nottage, Purchasing Officer New Zealand Antarctica. Received as part of a testimonial.
Copyright: Permission to use on our website.

A side landscape shot of a woman and a man hiking in a gorge. Both are wearing Original Buff® as neck cooler. The woman to the front right is looking over her left shoulder into the camera. The man in the background seems distracted. The scene looks warm. Both are wearing summer hiking gear. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in hiking / trekking

Heat Relief on a Hiking Trip

A side landscape shot of a woman and a man hiking in a gorge. Both are wearing Original Buff® as neck cooler. The woman to the front right is looking over her left shoulder into the camera. The man in the background seems distracted. The scene looks warm. Both are wearing summer hiking gear. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in hiking / trekking
Feeling warm during your hike? The Original Buff® as neck cooler gives you heat relief.

It’s warm, it’s stuffy. You are trekking and wouldn’t mind some heat relief.

Just wear the Original Buff® loose around your neck as neck cooler. Make it a bit moist to enhance the effect.
This is way better than having to sweat.

If it’s not humid the Original Buff® does a great job.
If you’ve got a smaller head & thin neck like the woman pictured I recommend the Slim Fit Buff®. It’s a Original Buff® in a smaller size.
For the man in the background I recommend sticking with the Original Buff®.

This photo was taken during a photoshoot for the 2008 Buff® summer catalogue.

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The colour doesn’t matter for this application. Just be aware that light colours look dirty very quickly. For multi-day hikes I recommend to go darker than the one pictured.

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A studio landscape shot of a young woman wearing a Wool Buff® as face mask. She is blond, wearing a white shirt & standing in front of a white background. The tye-died blue Wool Buff® stands out. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Wool Buff®

Fend off biting wind chill with a Wool Buff® face mask

A studio landscape shot of a young woman wearing a Wool Buff® as face mask. She is blond, wearing a white shirt & standing in front of a white background. The tye-died blue Wool Buff® stands out. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Wool Buff®
A biting wind in your face? Just pull the Wool Buff® up.

This is were tubes rock. It’s around your neck & your cheeks are freezing. A simple pull up your face and you have a face mask.

The Wool Buff® has the loosest fit of all tubes. It’s also the longest. This gives you lots of layers to go from chill protection up to really warm.

The image is a studio shot and was released with the 2012 winter catalogue.

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Design

The design pictured is tie-dyed. Every piece is unique in a way.

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A portrait shot of a man wearing a Polar Buff® as a balaclava. It looks cold and he has the face mask part on in 2 layers. It's also obvious that he has very little hair. Source: buff.eu. Distributed for the promotion of the Polar Buff®.

Full head protection from the cold as a Balaclava

A portrait shot of a man wearing a Polar Buff® as a balaclava. It looks cold and he has the face mask part on in 2 layers. It's also obvious that he has very little hair. Source: buff.eu. Distributed for the promotion of the Polar Buff®.
The Polar Buff® as Balaclava provides warmth around neck & face and chill protection for the entire head.

You haven’t got much hair & you haven’t got anything for your head with you?

In this case you just wear your Polar Buff® as Balaclava.

Wearing a helmet & the chilly sweat is annoying you? Another reason to make a balaclava.

What I like about this image is that it shows the Original Buff® part as a double layer. That and the fleece part around the neck gives you warmth. In most cases enough so you don’t really need anything warm on your head. Chill protection will do.

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This landscape selfie shows Roger Chao holding up the Australia Geographic Society Flag in the middle of the Greenland ice sheet. He is wearing specialist expedition gear. He later told me that he was wearing a Original Buff® as liner and he loved it. Soure: Roger Chao www.steppebysteppe.com.au © Permission to use on our websites

Rash Free Expeditions

This landscape selfie shows Roger Chao holding up the Australia Geographic Society Flag in the middle of the Greenland ice sheet. He is wearing specialist expedition gear. He later told me that he was wearing a Original Buff® as liner and he loved it. Soure: Roger Chao www.steppebysteppe.com.au © Permission to use on our websites
Expedition gear isn’t perfect. A Original Buff® a liner prevents rashes around neck and head. Also improves moisture management. (Roger Chao)

You’re heading into extreme cold.
Your gear is specialised survival gear.

As it turns out it’s not perfect. Welded, tough seems can cause rashes among other things.

That’s when you use the Original Buff® as a balaclava / liner around your neck / head. Here it resolves a few issues like:
-Wet, sweaty skin. Wicks moisture away from your skin and keeps it dry
-Any hard seams. Shows extreme resilience to abrasion. As it does not move over your skin it protects your skin from rashes.
-Bad odours. Polygiene™ technology keeps them away for quite some time.
-Bacteria / Mould: Polygiene™ technology makes it anti-bacterial for a lifetime

This photo shows Roger Chao on his unsupported traverse of the Greenland ice sheet. He is the youngest person to achieve this challenge.
I loved the Buff® but you can’t see it on any of his selfies. I asked him why and he replied that he used it as a balaclava / liner.

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Roger had a National Geographic Collection Original Buff® with him.

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Source: Roger Chao

Frontal shot landscape photo of 2 motorcycle rallye bikers. It shows Marc Coma and Jordi Viladoms before the 6th etape of the 2007 Dakar Rally. They are both smiling into the camera. Interesting is the use of a High UV Buff® together with a neck brace. Look closer and you see the Buff® wrapping around the brace collar. That prevents rashes and keeps the sand out. It looks dusty and sandy in the background. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in motorcycle rallies

Prevents Rashes of a Motorcycle Brace

Frontal shot landscape photo of 2 motorcycle rallye bikers. It shows Marc Coma and Jordi Viladoms before the 6th etape of the 2007 Dakar Rally. They are both smiling into the camera. Interesting is the use of a High UV Buff® together with a neck brace. Look closer and you see the Buff® wrapping around the brace collar. That prevents rashes and keeps the sand out. It looks dusty and sandy in the background. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in motorcycle rallies
Your brace giving you rashes in hot & dusty races? A High UV Buff® around neck and brace collar stops this.

You ride in a dusty & hot environment.
You don’t want to break your neck. So you are wearing a neck brace.
Unfortunately sand and sweat gets in and the brace start giving you a nasty rash.

That’s what Marc and Jordi experienced on their rallies.
They solved it by wrapping the end of their High UV Buff® around the brace collar.
They High UV Buff® seals out the dust and wicks the sweat away.
The collar now feels nice and soft on the skin.

The photo was taken before the 6th stage of the 2007 Dakar Rally. I would wear the High UV Buff® as helmet liner in this conditions because:
The heat and sweat: A High UV Buff® draws the sweat out of the helmet to your neck. There it cools you & evaporates.
The smelly helmet after a few days: A High UV Buff® is anti-bacterial for lifetime and kills bad odour. No gunky, smelly helmets any more.

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They are wearing a logo design. I recommend to stay away from too much white in the design. In dusty environments stick to solid colours.

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A landscape side shot of a man wearing a Polar Buff® as hat / beanie. It looks like it's apres ski time in a ski resort. There are a lot of country flags displayed so I assume it is an international event. The man looks happy with slightly glassy eyes. He seems to be in his comfort zone.

A hat / beanie for Après-ski

A landscape side shot of a man wearing a Polar Buff® as hat / beanie. It looks like it's apres ski time in a ski resort. There are a lot of country flags displayed so I assume it is an international event. The man looks happy with slightly glassy eyes. He seems to be in his comfort zone.
The Polar Buff® can be worn as a stylish apres ski hat / beanie

Your off the piste, a bit exhausted and maybe even a little bit drunk already. The temperatures are going down.

Nice to have a warm beanie on hand. The Polar Buff® can give you up to 6 layers of warmth around the ears and 2 layers on the head. You decide how warm you want it.

Want to add some style. Choose a colour you love and wear the microfibre on the outside.

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Design

The design is a custom made event design. Big events often have them made as merchandise or gifts.

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A landscape shot of a person lying on the ground in a sleeping bag. His entire head is covered with a Original Buff®. Another person is kneeling beside his head. He has put sunglasses on the sleeping persons face and is holding up the MDS event number 552. The photo was shot during the 2004 Marathon Des Sables. This is one way how to keept spiders and scorpions out during your sleep. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff®

Stops Swallowing Bugs in your Sleep

A landscape shot of a person lying on the ground in a sleeping bag. His entire head is covered with a Original Buff®. Another person is kneeling beside his head. He has put sunglasses on the sleeping persons face and is holding up the MDS event number 552. The photo was shot during the 2004 Marathon Des Sables. This is one way how to keept spiders and scorpions out during your sleep. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff®
Fear of swallowing spiders while you sleep? A Buff® as sleeping mask helps 🙂

So you fear swallowing spiders or scorpions in your sleep.

Just wear your Original Buff® as shown in the picture. I recommend the Original Buff® for this as the High UV Buff® is a little bit too restrictive for my liking. The Original Buff® manages to:

  • stay fully breathable
  • gives you more warmth on cold desert nights
  • dims a bright moon down

This application only works because the Original Buff® is anti-odour for a lifetime. Else it would start smelling very soon. Buff® uses Polygiene™ technology for this. The best money can buy and the only one that is non-toxic and non-irritating. For more info click here.

Breathing

Here I recommend to breath out through your nose. The warm air circulates around your face and gives you extra warmth.

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Recommended Designs

There is no colour preference for this application. The design shown is a custom design for the 2004 Marathon Des Sables.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Somewhere in the Sahara, Marocco
Date taken: 12/04/2004
Source: buff.eu
Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff®

 

A frontal shot portrait photo of a man on a vintage motorbike. The man is wearing a leather bike trouser and a white singlet. Has a one High UV Buff® as wristband on and one High UV Buff® as face mask. He is also wearing an open face motorbike helmet and vintage motorcycle goggles over the helmet. The background looks hot & dusty. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in the motorcycling

Skin Cancer & Bug Protection for Open Face Helmets

A frontal shot portrait photo of a man on a vintage motorbike. The man is wearing a leather bike trouser and a white singlet. Has a one High UV Buff® as wristband on and one High UV Buff® as face mask. He is also wearing an open face motorbike helmet and vintage motorcycle goggles over the helmet. The background looks hot & dusty. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in the motorcycling
Sun, dirt & bugs hitting your face? A High UV Buff® as face mask gives you skin cancer and bug protection

The sun is hitting your face and you have to keep your lips tight to keep the bugs out. This wasn’t the experience you were hoping for.
Just take your High UV Buff® and wear it as face mask. Instant bliss.

Sunburned face? Gone with UPF 20 UV protection
Normal bandannas get soggy with your sweat? A High UV Buff® takes that moisture to cool you.
Other face masks slipping? A High UV Buff® stays were you put it. No matter how fast you go.
Other tubes loosening? The High UV Buff® keeps its tensions for years.

This photo was taken during a photo-shoot for the 2006 Buff® summer catalogue. A bit cheeky to wear only a singlet but I love the shot.

Tutorials

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Recommend Designs

Red is a good colour for UV protection and cooling. It also doesn’t get dirty that quickly.

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A landscape frontal shot of a joung XC skiing athlete before a race. It's Ben Sim smiling into the camera during the 2009 World Championships. He is wearing a Australian Flag Original Buff® as warming scarf. This way sweat doesn't cause any chill around the neck. Source: Finn Marsland © permission to use on our websites for the promotion of the Original Buff® in cross country skiing

Sweaty, Cold Necks gone in XC Skiing

A landscape frontal shot of a joung XC skiing athlete before a race. It's Ben Sim smiling into the camera during the 2009 World Championships. He is wearing a Australian Flag Original Buff® as warming scarf. This way sweat doesn't cause any chill around the neck. Source: Finn Marsland © permission to use on our websites for the promotion of the Original Buff® in cross country skiing
Sweaty, cold neck during XC ski races? The Original Buff® as neck warmer keeps the chill away and your neck dry

It’s cold & you are sweating. Pretty standard situation in XC ski races.
The Original Buff® can fix this.

Here we have Ben Sim wearing the Original Buff® as neck warmer. Ben is a member of the 2008/09 Australian National Team. He is somewhere in Europe (Looks like 2009 Davos World Cup).

The photo was give to us by Finn Marsland. Then trainer of the Australian XC National Team.

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The design Michael is wearing is the Australian Flag.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Davos, Switzerland
Date taken: 24/02/2009
Source: Finn Marsland. Trainer Australian XC National Team. Given as “Thank You” for supplying the team with the Australia Flag Buff®.
Copyright: Permission to use on our website.

A side shot landscape photo of two men in the snow. They are sitting in their sleeping bags with their legs stretched out . It looks as if they sleeped outside and it started snowing. They are both holding a cup of tea in their hands and look happy. The man in front is wearing a Original Buff® as ear warmer. The man in the back is wearing a Original Buff® as beanie. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure

Warm Head While Sleeping in the Cold

A side shot landscape photo of two men in the snow. They are sitting in their sleeping bags with their legs stretched out . It looks as if they sleeped outside and it started snowing. They are both holding a cup of tea in their hands and look happy. The man in front is wearing a Original Buff® as ear warmer. The man in the back is wearing a Original Buff® as beanie. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure
Sleeping out in the cold? The Original Buff® as Beanie or Ear Warmer keeps you in the comfort zone.

So you’re spending the night out and about & it’s cold enough to snow.
Even in a tent a comfortable sleep can be a challenge.
If you don’t have your head covered you loose quite some heat there. It takes a bigger sleeping bag with hood to keep you in the comfort zone.

A Original Buff® as beanie or ear warmer helps to keep that sleeping bag and thermal mat to a minimum.
A normal beanie would move & fall off in the night. The Original Buff® stays where you put it.
A sleeping bag with hood feels claustrophobic. The Original Buff® is hardly felt.

Over the time quite a few pensioners have confessed to me that they wear the Original Buff® as beanie in their bed @ home. Never tried that one 🙂

The photo was taken during a photo shoot for the 2007 Buff® winter catalogue. I love the vibe of the image and it brings back great memories of my past snow adventures.

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Designs

The designs are a 2007 skull design and a logo design.

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A side shot landscape photo of a man knealing in the snow. It looks like he is on a photo safari or researching wildlife. He is wearing a yellow cold weather ourtdoor jacket. He is also wearing a Original Buff® as beanie. The design is clearly recognisable as a National Geographing Collection design. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure

Comfort on a Snowy Photography Trip

A side shot landscape photo of a man knealing in the snow. It looks like he is on a photo safari or researching wildlife. He is wearing a yellow cold weather ourtdoor jacket. He is also wearing a Original Buff® as beanie. The design is clearly recognisable as a National Geographing Collection design. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure
Not cold enough for the hood? The Original Buff® as beanie nails the comfort zone between nothing and too warm.

A bite in the air and you are active in the cold. You know that if you put a normal beanie or your hood on you’re going to sweat.

This is where the Original Buff® as beanie excels. It doesn’t make you sweat. It just keeps the chill away.

It’s my favourite application as soon as it gets cool.

Additionally a Original Buff® as beanie is:
-Itch free. Even when wet

The Buff® in the picture is out of the National Geographic collection. We received for the promotion of the National Geographic collection. No details are known.

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Pictured is a design out of the National Geographic Collection.

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A side landscape shot of a woman in motorcycle leather gear. Kath is wearing a Original Buff® as scarf and smiling into the camera. I took the photo because I was amazed how straight and nice her hair was after having the helmet on for hours. She had the Original Buff® on as hair cover whilst wearing the helmet. The background shows the 2004 Gold Coast Bike Week with marquees and people leisurely walking around. Source: Edward Copyright: ©2004 Buff Downunder Pty Ltd

No Helmet Hair for Professional Bikers

A side landscape shot of a woman in motorcycle leather gear. Kath is wearing a Original Buff® as scarf and smiling into the camera. I took the photo because I was amazed how straight and nice her hair was after having the helmet on for hours. She had the Original Buff® on as hair cover whilst wearing the helmet. The background shows the 2004 Gold Coast Bike Week with marquees and people leisurely walking around. Source: Edward Copyright: ©2004 Buff Downunder Pty Ltd
Helmet hair after being all day on your bike? A Original Buff® as hair cover under your helmet keeps it dry & nice.

Looking like a broom after taking your helmet off?
Just put your Original Buff® as hair cover over your head. It will come out looking like Kath’s on the image.

Kath is a motorcycle driving instructor, drag racer, postie biker and loves riding her Harley on days off.
She was the first to give us a raving review about Buff® solving helmet hair. She got us into the first Harley Davidson dealership Morgan & Wacker in Brisbane. M&W invited us to join them on the 2004 Gold Coast Bike Week. Our first public appearance in Australian motorcycling. This is were the photo was taken.

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Kath is wearing a design out of the motorcycle colletion.

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A landscape selfie showing a young man and woman smiling in the camera. They are sitting on top of a mountain peak. Their faces reveal exhaustion and happiness. They are both wearing Wool Buff® as beanies. Source: Gettingnowhere.net © Permission to use on our websites

A Beanie on top of the mountain

A landscape selfie showing a young man and woman smiling in the camera. They are sitting on top of a mountain peak. Their faces reveal exhaustion and happiness. They are both wearing Wool Buff® as beanies. Source: Gettingnowhere.net © Permission to use on our websites
Finally made it to the top. Keep your head warm with the Wool Buff® as Beanie. (gettingnowhere.net)

You’ve made it to the top of the mountain. You’re so happy. But you’re also exhausted & sweaty.

Now that you’re standing on the peak you’re exposed to the winds & cooling down.

Great to have a Wool Buff® as a beanie.

The Merino Wool wicks the sweat away & up to 4 layers can keep you pretty warm.

I don’t know where Anna & Matt from gettingnowhere.net took this picture. I love it because it so shows why you cycle & climb up mountains. Nothing beats that feeling to make it to the top.

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A side landscape shot of a man sitting on his touring motorcycle. It is the Norwegian Buff® distributor on a tour through Norway. He wear full motorycle touring gear and a blue Original Buff®. Look closer and you can see the Buff® as scarf around the neck with the top pulled up over the chin. The weather looks like Norwegian Summer. Nice but on the cooler side. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motocycle touring

Cold Chin Eased on Motorcycle Tour

A side landscape shot of a man sitting on his touring motorcycle. It is the Norwegian Buff® distributor on a tour through Norway. He wear full motorycle touring gear and a blue Original Buff®. Look closer and you can see the Buff® as scarf around the neck with the top pulled up over the chin. The weather looks like Norwegian Summer. Nice but on the cooler side. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motocycle touring
Cold chin on your tour? Just pull your Original Buff® over your chin.

You’re on tour and your chin starts getting cold.
Just pull your Original Buff® a bit up.
It doesn’t have to stop at the chin. You decide. That’s the beauty of tubular headwear.

It’s just the cold bite that lowers your joy. A fleece would be to warm and make you sweat.
That’s were the Original Buff® exceeds. It bridges the gap between nothing (to cool) and a standard neck warmer (to warm).

The photo was taken in 2007 during a motorcycle tour of Norway. It shows the Norwegian distributor.
Today I would advice to go for the Wool Buff® if you ride in predominantly cool to cold environments. It has more length. This allows for more layers & warmth were you need them.

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Blue is a very good colour for all environments. That’s why there are quite a lot of blue designs in the collection.

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The horizontal photo shows Rian and Dylan standing with their bicycles on the cliff of Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia. They have cycled Indonesia from North to South and are celebrating their successful journey. Dylan is holding both arms up as a victory sign. Rian has got one arm up. He is holding a beer. Rian is wearing the Australia Flag Original Buff® as neck cooler. It appears mid day with hardly any shadow and a clear blue sky. It must be hot. Source: Eatsleepsurf.com.au Copyright: Unknown. We received the images as "Thank You" for providing the Buff®

Celebrating the Successful End of a Cycle Tour

The Horizontal photo shows Rian and Dylan standing with their bicycles on the cliff of Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia. They have cycled Indonesia from North to South and are celebrating their successful journey. Dylan is holding both arms up as a victory sign. Rian has got one arm up. He is holding a beer. Rian is wearing the Australia Flag Original Buff® as neck cooler. It appears mid day with hardly any shadow and a clear blue sky. It must be hot. Source: Eatsleepsurf.com.au Copyright: Unknown. We received the images as "Thank You" for providing the Buff®
Success! Rian and Dylan at the end of their journey – Uluwatu, Bali. (EatSleepSurf.com.au)

Nothing beats the successful end of an adventure.

It was Rian & Dylan’s first adventure. First time on a bicycle tour. First time in Indonesia. They made a great video. You’ll find it on eatsleepsurf.com.au.

We equipped them with Original Buff®, Cap Buff® and Buff® cycling jerseys. Nice to see that they are wearing both on arrival. The video reveals that they loved their Buff®’s.

One thing: Dylan (left) has a smaller head than Rian (right) and he wears the Cap Buff®. I see this quite often that the Cap Buff® are loved by people with smaller heads.
Another thing that comes to mind when looking at the photo:
Good that I did Bali before it got trashed. Look at the rubbish lying around. Not the memories I have.

It’s definitely better to say “I did this…” than “I should have done it…”

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The pictured Cap Buff® has been replaced by the Cap Pro Buff.

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A side, landscape shot of a man smiling in full Marathon Des Sables gear. He is wearing a Original Buff® as neck cooler. He looks happy & relaxed. I assume that this photo was taken before a stage of the 2005 Marathon Des Sables. You can also spot other uses of the Original Buff® like water bottle covers. Today people prefer the High UV Buff® for this event. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff®.

Heat Relief as Neck Cooler

A side, landscape shot of a man smiling in full Marathon Des Sables gear. He is wearing a Original Buff® as neck cooler. He looks happy & relaxed. I assume that this photo was taken before a stage of the 2005 Marathon Des Sables. You can also spot other uses of the Original Buff® like water bottle covers. Today people prefer the High UV Buff® for this event. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff®.
Need some heat relief? The Original Buff® as neck cooler gives you heat relief.

It’s hot and you need some heat relief.

One way is to provide your back neck with some wet cooling.
You can make your Original Buff® in a neck cooler to achieve this.

The photo was taken during the 2005 Marathon des Sables. At that time the Original Buff® was the best cooling tube available.

Today they issue the High UV Buff® for this event. It has twice the cooling effect as the Original Buff®.

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The design shown is a custom design for the Marathon Des Sables. The colour doesn’t matter for this application.

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Photographer: Unknown
Location: Sahara desert, Marocco
Date taken: 15/04/2005
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Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff®

The horizontal photo is a frontal shot of a woman and a man riding bicycles in a city mall. It is dark and both are wearing cold weather gear. The woman on the left is wearing a Reflective Buff® as face mask. The man on the right is wearing a Reflective Buff® as scarf. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Unknown. Distributed for the promotion of the Reflective Buff®

Stopping the Cold Biting on Night Commutes

The horizontal photo is a frontal shot of a woman and a man riding bicycles in a city mall. It is dark and both are wearing cold weather gear. The woman on the left is wearing a Reflective Buff® as face mask. The man on the right is wearing a Reflective Buff® as scarf. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Unknown. Distributed for the promotion of the Reflective Buff®
Cold Face? The Original Buff® as face mask takes the bite off while being fully breathable..

It’s dark and the chill is biting during your daily commute. This is were the Original Buff® as face mask shines.

It has just the right thickness to take the cold bite off. No sweating as it doesn’t warm you in one layer.

It has the right density to allow heavy breathing. No effort breathing in and out.
Also works if you are a triathlete on a 5 am training run.

This photo was given us in 2004 to promote the Reflective Buff®. Since then I think of it when cyclist rave about the face mask in the cold.

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Pictured are Reflective Buff®. They are a Original Buff® with reflective elements added

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The image shows John from Kenmore Cycles during the 2004 Kooralbyne 24 hour MTB XC race. He is wearing a Original Buff® as legionnaire cap under his helmet. This keeps the sweat out of his eyes and gives heat relief. I mention the High UV Buff® in the caption because today this would be your preferred product for this situation. The High UV Buff® excels in handling sweat & heat. The photo is a vertical shot showing John from the handlebars upwards. John is smiling and it looks as if he is having a great time. He is wearing mountain bike gloves, a short sleeved "Kenmore Cycle Club" cycling jersey, blue tinted sunglasses and a helmet with big vents. The Buff® is clearly visible under the helmet. Photographer: Unknown Copyright: Unknown but we received the images as part of being sponsors with the right to use commercially

Keeping Sweat out of your eyes in the heat of the XC RACE

The image shows John from Kenmore Cycles during the 2004 Kooralbyne 24 hour MTB XC race. He is wearing a Original Buff® as legionnaire cap under his helmet. This keeps the sweat out of his eyes and gives heat relief. I mention the High UV Buff® in the caption because today this would be your preferred product for this situation. The High UV Buff® excels in handling sweat & heat. The photo is a vertical shot showing John from the handlebars upwards. John is smiling and it looks as if he is having a great time. He is wearing mountain bike gloves, a short sleeved "Kenmore Cycle Club" cycling jersey, blue tinted sunglasses and a helmet with big vents. The Buff® is clearly visible under the helmet. Photographer: Unknown Copyright: Unknown but we received the images as part of being sponsors with the right to use commercially
Sweat in your eyes? Not with a  Buff® under the helmet.

The image shows John from Kenmore Cycles during the 2004 Kooralbyne 24 hr MTB XC race.

He is wearing a Original Buff® as legionnaire cap under his helmet. This keeps the sweat out of his eyes and gives heat relief.

Today the High UV Buff® would be your preferred product for this situation. The High UV Buff® excels in handling sweat & heat.

Have a close look at his right ear. The top is covered by the Buff®. The majority of the ear is uncovered.
The ears are your coolers. Cover them completely and you get warm. Cover just the top and you get extra skin cancer protection with the High UV Buff®.

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Recommended Designs for keeping sweat out of your eyes

The darker the colour is the more the fabric evaporates sweat. Especially the High UV Buff® fabrics cools more the darker the colour gets.

I find a mid blue tone like the Australia Flag Blue to be a good compromise. If you are a heavy sweater I recommend something darker.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Kooralbyne, Queensland, Australia
Date taken: 31/07/2004
Copyright: Received the images as part of being sponsors with the right to use commercially

A side landscape shot of a woman and a man in front of a 4WD. The woman is wearing a High Uv Buff® as alice band. The man is wearing a Cap Buff®. It looks as if they are travelling and on an adventure. Photoshoot for Buff® summer catalogue with models. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in outdoor / adventure

Heat Relief for Long Hair

A side landscape shot of a woman and a man in front of a 4WD. The woman is wearing a High Uv Buff® as alice band. The man is wearing a Cap Buff®. It looks as if they are travelling and on an adventure. Photoshoot for Buff® summer catalogue with models. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in outdoor / adventure
Long hair and it’s warm. A High UV Buff® as single layer on the forehead and the hair off the neck makes it pleasant again

It’s hot & you’ve got long hair. Especially your neck starts sweating.

Here you use the High UV Buff® as headband / alice band. You pull the back up to get your hair off your neck. You pull the front down to cover your eyebrows. This way you keep sweat out of your eyes.
The High UV Buff® fabric now takes your sweat to cool you. Your neck stays dry.

If you’re alone in the wilderness I recommend pulling the Buff® over your entire hair like a hair cover. This way it protects your hair from bleaching or drying out.

This photo is part of a photo shoot for the 2006 Buff® summer catalogue. I like it because it shows the High UV Buff® correctly worn for cooling. No air pockets to be seen.
Uncovering the ears would improve the cooling though.

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The design pictured is camo inspired. I wouldn’t go lighter if you’re after the cooling effect. Light colours have a slightly reduced cooling performance.

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A vertical photo of a male riding a XC mountain bike in the centre of a bitumen road. The rider is wearing a red & blue Simplon team jersey and cycle shorts. Under his white mtb helmet you can spot the Crocodile Trophy High UV Buff®. He is wearing it as a legionnaire cap covering his head and his back neck. The speed is fast paced and the surroundings looks like the can fields north of Port Douglas in North Queensland. Source: Crocodile Trohpy Photographer unknown Copyright: Unknown. We received this low-res images as "Thank-You" for providing the High UV Buff®

Easing Bitumen Heat & Sun during Crocodile Trophy

A vertical photo of a male riding a XC mountain bike in the centre of a bitumen road. The rider is wearing a red & blue Simplon team jersey and cycle shorts. Under his white mtb helmet you can spot the Crocodile Trophy High UV Buff®. He is wearing it as a legionnaire cap covering his head and his back neck. The speed is fast paced and the surroundings looks like the can fields north of Port Douglas in North Queensland. Source: Crocodile Trohpy Photographer unknown Copyright: Unknown. We received this low-res images as "Thank-You" for providing the High UV Buff®
Bitumen Heat and Sun hammering you? The High UV Buff® as legionnaire cap gives relief.

A grueling hot race day on Bitumen? The sun hits you in the neck?
The High UV Buff® as legionnaire style cap eases the pain.

Sweat running into your eyes is diverted into cooling. Just pull the helmet liner part all the way down to your eyebrows.

The hot back neck is cooled using airflow and your sweat.

Good skin cancer protection on neck and head is provided with the 95% UV blockage of the fabric.

We don’t know the rider shown. He is a participant of the 2005 Crocodile Trophy. One of the toughest and hottest MTB challenges on earth.

We provided all participants with the first ever High UV Buff® custom design. We wanted to see how it would perform in the hot & humid environment. It did a great job and is in use to this day (2016).

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The Crododile Trophy design is a black & orange design. Dark colours are great for cooling under a helmet.

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Source: Crocodile Trophy Photographer unknown
Copyright: Received this low-res images as “Thank-You” for providing the High UV Buff®.

The horizontal image is a frontal shot of a man on a bicycle tour. It's Rian from EatSleepSurf.com. He has stopped in a field and is smiling at the camera. Rian is wearing Buff® team wear and a Australia Flag Original Buff®. It's obvious that non of the fabrics are wet or clingy. The location is in the highlands of Indonesia. It looks hot. But there are signs that there is also a chilly breeze. Rian is wearing his Original Buff® in layers. His flags on the bike are also flying. Source: EatSleepSurf.com.au Copyright: EatSleepSuf.com.au

Sweat & Chill Reduced on Highlands Cycle Tour

The horizontal image is a frontal shot of a man on a bicycle tour. It's Rian from EatSleepSurf.com. He has stopped in a field and is smiling at the camera. Rian is wearing Buff® team wear and a Australia Flag Original Buff®. It's obvious that non of the fabrics are wet or clingy. The location is in the highlands of Indonesia. It looks hot. But there are signs that there is also a chilly breeze. Rian is wearing his Original Buff® in layers. His flags on the bike are also flying. Source: EatSleepSurf.com.au Copyright: EatSleepSuf.com.au
90% Humidity, 35 Degrees Celsius and a annoying cool breeze. Moisture managed fabrics like the Buff® keep you dry & in the comfort zone (EatSleepSurf)

Cycling in highlands you find this bad combination of the sun warming you and the wind chilling you. Add sweating and the resulting chill ruins your experience.

This chill is tamed with a Buff®. Rian uses the layer method. In 2 layers the fabric acts like a wetsuit when wet. The sweat is “trapped” between the layers and creates a slight insulation.

The warmth is not like a beanie that makes you sweat when active. It’s more like the absence of chill. I just moves you from aggravated into comfortable. Often you only notice that the Buff® is wet when you pull it off.

I would now recommend the High UV Buff® for adventures in the tropics. It adds skin cancer protection to the list of features.

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Rian is wearing the Australia Flag Buff®. It’s a Australia only custom design.

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Source: EatSleepSurf.com.au

A side landscape selfie of two men smiling in the camera. They are high up in the mountains nearly in the clouds. The right person Rian Cope sports lots of facial hair and a big scarf. The left person is using a Original Buff® to entirely cover his head. Only the eyes are uncovered. Source: Rian Cope www.EatSleepSurf.com.au © Allowed to use on our website

Cold Wind Protection for the Hair-less

A side landscape selfie of two men smiling in the camera. They are high up in the mountains nearly in the clouds. The right person Rian Cope sports lots of facial hair and a big scarf. The left person is using a Original Buff® to entirely cover his head. Only the eyes are uncovered. Source: Rian Cope www.EatSleepSurf.com.au © Allowed to use on our website
Cold winds and no facial hair to protect you? The Original Buff® as Balaclava gives you cold wind relief

High up in the mountains. You didn’t expect cold and all of the sudden you’re in the clouds.
Great if you’ve got a big beard and long hair to keep you in the comfort zone.

If not you can put your Original Buff® to good use. Simply wear it as full Balaclava. Gives you a similar protection to full facial hair.
The cold bite is eased without “disconnecting” you with your experience. The effect is more of giving you elephant skin.

This image was taken off Rian Cope’s Facebook feed. Rian’s on the right. Rian loves the Buff® too but apparently had no need for it in this situation.

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The design pictured is called Cashmere Cru. Paisley designs are all time best sellers.

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Side landscape shot of a fly fisherman on the water. He is wearing a long sleeved shirt and a High UV Buff® as scarf. The weather looks undecisive. It could be cool and warm within the hour. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in Fishing

All Weather Comfort on the Water

Side landscape shot of a fly fisherman on the water. He is wearing a long sleeved shirt and a High UV Buff® as scarf. The weather looks undecisive. It could be cool and warm within the hour. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in Fishing
Out in the weather all day? The High UV Buff® as scarf gives comfort and doesn’t get nicked

It’s beautiful at the moment and you have no immediate need for your Buff®. Just wear it around your neck. That’s what most do. This way it doesn’t get stolen.

It turns cold. You quickly fluff it up as a neck warmer.
It turns hot. You easily fold it to a neck cooler.

This image also shows the Water Gloves. These gloves are engineered to be comfortable & provide grip when wet. Your choice if your hands go into the water quite oftehttps://technicalheadwear.com.au/guides/buff-gloves/water-gloves-guide/n.

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The design pictured is out of the angler collection.

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A side landscape shot of a man in the dark securing a hand torch with a Buff®. The man is wearing a polo shirt, a baseball cap and a Long Way Down Original Buff®. The Buff® is wrapped up tight around the cap and holds a hand torch in place. This way the man has both hands free for packing a bag. The photo was taken during a motorcycle tour so I assume they arrived their camp site in the the dark and have to set up camp in the dark. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motorcycle touring

Free Up Both Hands in the Dark

A side landscape shot of a man in the dark securing a hand torch with a Buff®. The man is wearing a polo shirt, a baseball cap and a Long Way Down Original Buff®. The Buff® is wrapped up tight around the cap and holds a hand torch in place. This way the man has both hands free for packing a bag. The photo was taken during a motorcycle tour so I assume they arrived their camp site in the the dark and have to set up camp in the dark. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in motorcycle touring
Need light and both hands free? The Original Buff® doubles as torch holder at camp sites

You arrive at your camp site in the dark. You need light and you’ve only got a hand torch. Just wrap your Original Buff® up in many layers to make it very firm. On as headband and the torch tucked in. You’ve got both hands free again.

This is one of many things you can use a Buff® for. You’ll come up with lots of others easily. Like sunglass cleaner, emergency tornique,…

The Buff® in the image is a Long Way Down Original Buff®. It was made by Charley Borman and Ewan McGregor as fund-raiser for Unicef.

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The photo shows a saltwater fisherman holding up a great catch. He is smiling at his catch. He is wearing a High UV Buff® and Angler Gloves. The scene looks hot & sunny. The man is wearing the High UV Buff® as a half balaclava. The face is entirely exposed. This and the shadows indicates that the sun is behind the man. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Unknown. Distributed for the promotion of the HIgh UV Buff® in fishing.

Full Head Protection on the Ocean

The photo shows a saltwater fisherman holding up a great catch. He is smiling at his catch. He is wearing a High UV Buff® and Angler Gloves. The scene looks hot & sunny. The man is wearing the High UV Buff® as a half balaclava. The face is entirely exposed. This and the shadows indicates that the sun is behind the man. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Unknown. Distributed for the promotion of the HIgh UV Buff® in fishing.
Got the sun & heat hitting your back? The High UV Buff® as half balaclava gives you heat relief & sun protection.

Your neck gets burned and is hot. The sun is right in your back. You put your High UV Buff® on as a half balaclava. Now you’ve got cooling and skin cancer protection on your neck.

Do you have a trucker cap with a mesh back? Be aware that you have no UV protection there. I would normally wear the Buff® over the cap to keep it in place. In this case having the Buff® underneath gives UV protection and more comfort.

Also pictured is the Angler Glove. Specifically designed for fishing with designs that match your Buff®.

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The landscape photo show a side shot of 2007 UCI World Marathon Champion Ralf Naef. Only his head and the top of his shoulders are visible. He is looking into the camera. He is wearing a Original Buff® as ear warmer under his mountain bike helmet. His face reveals that the race is soon to start. He looks anxious and concentrated at the same time. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in cycling

Cold Ears Warmed on Early Morning Race

The landscape photo show a side shot of 2007 UCI World Marathon Champion Ralf Naef. Only his head and the top of his shoulders are visible. He is looking into the camera. He is wearing a Original Buff® as ear warmer under his mountain bike helmet. His face reveals that the race is soon to start. He looks anxious and concentrated at the same time. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in cycling
Freezing ears on a cold morning? The Original Buff® as ear warmer gets you back into the comfort zone.

It’s freezing cold. The race is about to start.
The Original Buff® as ear warmer gets you back into the comfort zone.

Normal ear warmers are too bulky under the helmet. The Original Buff® molds itself around all nooks and crannies.

Once the race starts normal ear warmers are too warm. You can adjust the Original Buff® to your preferred rate on insulation.

The photo shows 2007 UCI World Marathon Champion Ralf Naef. It’s the start of the 4th stage of the Cape Epic mtb race.
He is wearing his Original Buff® in 3 layers. I don’t know if he re-adjusted it for the race. 3 layers would be too much for my liking. It can cause sweating by being too insulating.

I would wear mine in 1 layer “riffled” up so I just keep the wind chill away. I suspect that nobody showed Ralf the “riffle” technique. Tells me that the “not so good for racing” 3 layer method is still better than other ear warmers.

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Red is a good colour for warming.

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The landscape photo shows a middle aged man holding up his catch. He is wearing a Fishing High UV Buff® as scarf with the top covering his chin. The scenery looks like offshore fishing charter as the man wears tough leather gloves. Source: Unknown Copyright: Unknown

Cold Chin Eased Offshore Fishing

The landscape photo shows a middle aged man holding up his catch. He is wearing a Fishing High UV Buff® as scarf with the top covering his chin. The scenery looks like offshore fishing charter as the man wears tough leather gloves. Source: Unknown Copyright: Unknown
Got a cold chin? Just pull the High UV Buff® as scarf over your chin. Takes the bite of the chill. (Nomadsportfishing)

Out offshore and your chin feels to chilly? Just pull your High UV Buff® from a scarf up your chin like this guy.

The photo was taken during a Nomad Sportfishing charter to the outer Great Barrier Reef.

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The High UV Buff® shown is the design Fishing. We made it specifically to have a good UV absorption. As it turns out the Australia Flag blue is one of the highest UV absorbing colours.

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A frontal landscape shot of a woman holding up her catch. She is wearing a High UV Buff® as hair cover. The photo is taken in Far North Queensland so it is hot and humid. The boat is a professional fishing charter vessel. It looks as if she has been out fishing all day and is really happy about her catch. Source: flyfishingweipa.com.au Copyright: Permitted to use on our website

Salty, Bleached Hair on the Boat a Thing of the Past

A frontal landscape shot of a woman holding up her catch. She is wearing a High UV Buff® as hair cover. The photo is taken in Far North Queensland so it is hot and humid. The boat is a professional fishing charter vessel. It looks as if she has been out fishing all day and is really happy about her catch. Source: flyfishingweipa.com.au Copyright: Permitted to use on our website
Salty, sunburned hair that constantly lands in your face? A High UV Buff® as hair cover protects your hair from sun, salt & wind. (Weipaflyfish)

The sun bleaching your hair? The saltwater spray making it tacky? Try the High UV Buff® as hair cover.

This photo was taken in a hot & humid area. Around Weipa in far north Queensland. This is were the High UV Buff® excels.

“Fish” from weipaflyfish.com.au gave us this shot. He was the first fishing pro to contact us for the High UV Buff®. He, Gavin Platz & Peter Morse were the first pros to use and talk about the High UV Buff® in Australia.

A frontal landscape shot of a woman holding up her catch. She is wearing a High UV Buff® as hair cover.  The photo is taken in Far North Queensland so it is hot and humid. The boat is a professional fishing charter vessel. It looks as if she has been out fishing all day and is really happy about her catch.

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The design pictured is called Cashmere Blue. Blue is a great colour for UV absorbtion.

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Source: weipaflyfish.com.au

The photo shows a frontal upper body shot of Cyril Dessel before a 2006 Tour De France stage. He is wearing his AG2R team jersey and a Original Buff® as headband. The shun is shining and he looks at ease. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of Original Buff® products

A Comforting Headband before a Tour De France Stage

The photo shows a frontal upper body shot of Cyril Dessel before a 2006 Tour De France stage. He is wearing his AG2R team jersey and a Original Buff® as headband. The shun is shining and he looks at ease. Source: buff.eu Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of Original Buff® products
A comfy headband. AG2R rider Cyril Dessel before a stage of the 2006 Tour de France.

The morning before a gruelling road cycle race. You want some comfort and relax.
The Original Buff® gives you comfort where you want it. In this case as headband.

Cyril Dessel isn’t covering his ears so I assume that it’s not cold any more. My guess is that it was cold and it got warmer.

It happens to me all the time. I put a Buff® one in the cold. Hours later when it’s warm somebody reminds me that I’m still wearing it. I love the comfort a Original Buff® gives.

From what I know this photo was taken before a stage of the 2006 Tour de France. Cyril Dessel came 6th that year.

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Designs

Cyril is wearing the design “Steel” out of the 2006 collection.

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A back portrait shot of a woman standing in a triathlon race crowd. She is wearing a High UV Buff® as hair cover. This is a way to tame and dry your wet hair after the swim. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in running / triathlon

Wet Hair Tamed & Dried in Triathlons

A back portrait shot of a woman standing in a triathlon race crowd. She is wearing a High UV Buff® as hair cover. This is a way to tame and dry your wet hair after the swim. Source: buff.eu © distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff® in running / triathlon
Wet hair after the triathlon swim? A High UV Buff® as hair cover tames & dries it.

Your coming out of the water. Your hair is wet and your about to go for the cycle part.

You would love to:

  • have you hair out of your face & tamed
  • keep water from dripping in your eyes
  • dry your hair in a nice way

Why not put your hair from the beginning into a High UV Buff®. Just like you see on the image. Use the High UV Buff® as a hair cover. Even for the swim. Just put the hair cover on and then put the swimming cap over it. Feels so much better. This way:

  • your hair stays tamed during the entire race
  • the fabric handles the wetness & keeps it out of your face with superior moisture management
  • it dries your hair and gives you heat relief in the process with Coolmax™ Extreme cooling performance

This image was taken during the 2007 Xterra Italy race in Orosei.

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Designs

The design is a custom made Xterra Italy 2007 Design.

You find the High UV Buff designs here

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The photo is vertical and shows female MTB rider Tory standing upright in front of a grey wall. She is wearing a Flightcentre Scott team cycle jersey and a Original Australia Flag Buff® as Alice Band. Her tired smile and her hair suggest that the photo is taken after a XC race. She smiles tired but happy. The Buff® as Alice Band keeps her hair together and tidy. Photographer: Unknown Copyright: Unknown. We received the image as a "Thank-You" for providing the Flight Centre Scott MTB team with Australia Flag Buff®

Taming Helmet Hair After the XC Race

The photo is vertical and shows female MTB rider Tory standing upright in front of a grey wall. She is wearing a Flightcentre Scott team cycle jersey and a Original Australia Flag Buff® as Alice Band. Her tired smile and her hair suggest that the photo is taken after a XC race. She smiles tired but happy. The Buff® as Alice Band keeps her hair together and tidy. Photographer: Unknown Copyright: Unknown. We received the image as a "Thank-You" for providing the Flight Centre Scott MTB team with Australia Flag Buff®
Helmet Hair after the race? Tame it with your Original Buff® as Alice Band.

So you didn’t wear your Buff® under the helmet and now you’ve got helmet hair.
At least you can tame it with a Original Buff® as alice band.

This is a classing example of not using your Buff® to it’s full capabilities. Tory probably didn’t know that the Original Buff® eliminates helmet hair with straight hair. All you have to do is wear it as hair cover under the helmet.

She received the Australia Flag Buff® in 2005 as a team accessory for a race in NZ.

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Designs

The Australia Flag design is a Australia-only custom design.

For all available Original Buff® designs click here.

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Photographer: Unknown
Copyright: Received the image as a “Thank-You” for providing the Flight Centre Scott MTB team with Australia Flag Buff®. Permission to use on our websites

Man driving a car. Photo is taken from behind. It shows the left arm holding the steering wheel. A High Uv Buff® as wristband is the main element. Photoshoot for Buff® summer catalogue with models. © Original Buff S.A

A Wristband

Man driving a car. Photo is taken from behind. It shows the left arm holding the steering wheel. A High Uv Buff® as wristband is the main element. Photoshoot for Buff® summer catalogue with models. © Original Buff S.A
Wristband. One of the many ways to stop loosing it.

You don’t really have a use for your Buff® at the moment.

Why not wear it as wristband. This way nobody can nick it.

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Recommended Product

The Buff® shown is a High UV Buff® in a camo pattern. Here are all available High UV Buff® designs.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown. Photoshoot for the summer 2006 Buff® catalogue
Location: Somewhere in Spain
Date taken: 30/09/2005
Source: buff.eu
Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the High UV Buff®

A side front landscape photo of two people snowshooing up a snowfield. In front is a man in full cold weather hiking gear. You can see him sweating in his face. On his head he is wearing a Original Buff® as beanie. The design is a custom design for the Patagonia Adventure Race. The other person is tracking about 50 metre behind. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure

Chill Free Sweating on Mountain Climbs

A side front landscape photo of two people snowshooing up a snowfield. In front is a man in full cold weather hiking gear. You can see him sweating in his face. On his head he is wearing a Original Buff® as beanie. The design is a custom design for the Patagonia Adventure Race. The other person is tracking about 50 metre behind. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure
Chill & itch free sweating in the cold – One of the big advantages of the Original Buff® as beanie on mountain climbs

Sweating in the cold? On top of this you have a cold wind blowing. The sweat and wind together produces a icy chill.

Who hasn’t experienced this when climbing up a mountain and there’s snow lying around.

The Original Buff® as beanie manages to keep the chill away with a minimum of warmth.

A normal beanie would make you sweat. It would get soggy, itchy and most probably also start freezing.

The Original Buff® as beanie doesn’t really warm. It just keeps the chill at bay and you in the comfort zone.
If it gets wet it develops a wetsuit effect. It traps your sweat between the layers. It turns your sweat into a comfortable insulating layer.

I surf in winter and this is my favourite application. I come out of the water and my hair is wet. The normal beanies I tried all didn’t feel nice when wet. Even drying my hair with a towel didn’t help much. The remaining moisture was enough to make the beanie itch.
With the Original Buff® as beanie I put it on & experience instant comfort. I don’t feel the wetness, the chill & definitely no itch. Hours later when it’s warm Inge tells me that I’m still wearing the Buff®. I simply forget about it. That’s how comfy it is.

The photo shows participants of the 2006 Patagonia Adventure Race. Team Buff® came first in that year.

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Designs

The design pictures is a custom design for the Patagonia Adventure Race. I recommend using dark colours here.

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Source: buff.eu

A landscape front shot of a man holding up a large fish. The fish is in the centre of the frame and the man is standing to the right. He is admiring his catch and smiling. The weather looks sunny but cold. The man is wearing a cold weather jacket and a Auscam Original Buff® as scarf / half balaclava. Source: Testimonial Copyright: Permission to use on our website

Cold Ears Gone on Chilly Morning Fishing

A landscape front shot of a man holding up a large fish. The fish is in the centre of the frame and the man is standing to the right. He is admiring his catch and smiling. The weather looks sunny but cold. The man is wearing a cold weather jacket and a Auscam Original Buff® as scarf / half balaclava. Source: Testimonial Copyright: Permission to use on our website
Morning chill? The Original Buff® around the neck and ears takes the bite off the chill.

It’s cold. A great morning for lake fishing but cold.
You’ve already got comfort around the neck. Now it’s your ears that are cold.

Just take your Original Buff® from scarf to half balaclava. Simply lift the back over your ears and let it rest on your back head.
Now you’ve also secured your cap from flying away.

The way he wears the Original Buff® around his neck will make it warm. The single layer on his ears will just take the chill away. The Original Buff® has this subtle ability to let you experience weather without the bite. It just keeps you in your comfort zone.

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Designs

The design worn is the Auscam Original Buff®. We made this design especially for the Australian army. Fishermen and hunters are now the majority users of this design.

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Source: Customer testimonial

A landscape photo of a person fly fishing on a lake. The person is standing on a boat wearing a Visor Buff® as full Balaclava. The day looks cool to cold. Full cloud cover and the person is wearing a fleece west. Source: Testimonial Copyright: Permission to use on our website

Comforting Balaclava on Cool Days

A landscape photo of a person fly fishing on a lake. The person is standing on a boat wearing a Visor Buff® as full Balaclava. The day looks cool to cold. Full cloud cover and the person is wearing a fleece west. Source: Testimonial Copyright: Permission to use on our website
A little bit too cool for your liking? A Original Buff® as full Balaclava gives you comfort.

A cool morning and you want you head feeling comfy? Use the Original Buff® to make full balaclava.

A standard balaclava and you sweat. The Original Buff® doesn’t warm you in this case. It just takes the bite off.
A bit like instant Elephant skin. Full breath ability and a feel for the weather. Just without the bite.

The person is actually wearing the first Visor Buff® version. I don’t know how he dealt with the visor flapping around. It must have been annoying but the comfort probably outweighed that little inconvenience.

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Designs

I recommend a dark coloured Original Buff® for this situation.

For all available Original Buff® designs click here.

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Source: Testimonial

A portrait shot of a female motorcycle rider wearing a full face helmet. Kath is wearing a Original Buff® as helmet liner. She is also wearing a motorcycle leather jacket and sunglasses. Source: Kath Salotti © permission to use on our websites

Helmet Hair & Gunky Helmets a Thing of the Past

A portrait shot of a female motorcycle rider wearing a full face helmet. Kath is wearing a Original Buff® as helmet liner. She is also wearing a motorcycle leather jacket and sunglasses. Source: Kath Salotti © permission to use on our websites
Gunky helmets? A Original Buff® as helmet liner keeps your hair nice and a new helmet clean.

Have a helmet on for some time and it starts smelling.

Ever tried to get the pads out in order to clean the gunk that builds up?

The Original Buff® gets rid of Gunk and bad odour. It is anti-odour for a lifetime.

The technology applied is called Polygiene™. It’s hospital grade technology and the best money can buy. It’s also the only one that is non toxic and non-irritating.

Kath is a professional bike instructor, postie biker and drag racer. Her Harley is also her favourite means of transport. In this image she wears the Original Buff® as hair cover.

For full face helmets I recommend to wear the Original Buff® as helmet liner / balaclava. This way you keep all the pads clean.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Date taken: Unknown
Source: Kath Salotti. Received as part of a testimonial.
Copyright: Permission to use on our website.

A landscape upper body shot of a bearded man looking straight into the camera. He sports a long beard, dark sunglasses & a Eureka Flag Original Buff®. He wears the Buff® as a bandana / pirate cap with the Eureka flag prominently on his forehead. He clearly identifies as a biker on a motorbike event. The photo was taken on the 2010 Wheel Babes Meeting in Ballina, NSW, Australia. The man was helping out as volunteer. Source: Edward Copyright: ©2010 Buff Downunder Pty Ltd

Make a Statement

A landscape upper body shot of a bearded man looking straight into the camera. He sports a long beard, dark sunglasses & a Eureka Flag Original Buff®. He wears the Buff® as a bandana / pirate cap with the Eureka flag prominently on his forehead. He clearly identifies as a biker on a motorbike event. The photo was taken on the 2010 Wheel Babes Meeting in Ballina, NSW, Australia. The man was helping out as volunteer. Source: Edward Copyright: ©2010 Buff Downunder Pty Ltd
Want to make a statement? Buff® come in all sorts of expressive designs.

You’d like to show people who you are and what you stand for.
Some Buff® designs are statements.
Wear them prominently. Wear them proud.

This photo was taken at the annual Wheel Babes meeting in Ballina, NSW, Australia. It’s a women’s only event. The biker shown was the partner of one of the organisers.
We had a trade stall there and he spotted the Eureka Flag Original Buff®. He had to get it and wore it proud & prominently throughout the event.

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Designs

The Eureka Flag is a Australia only custom design.

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Source: Edward

Frontal landscape shot of a female diver wearing a Arocsport Original Buff® as hair cover. The photo is taken underwater. The diver signals that she's fine. Source: Arocsport.com.au © Permission to use on our websitesFrontal landscape shot of a female diver wearing a Arocsport Original Buff® as hair cover. The photo is taken underwater. The diver signals that she's fine. Source: Arocsport.com.au © Permission to use on our websites

Tame Long Hair Underwater

Frontal landscape shot of a female diver wearing a Arocsport Original Buff® as hair cover. The photo is taken underwater. The diver signals that she's fine. Source: Arocsport.com.au © Permission to use on our websitesFrontal landscape shot of a female diver wearing a Arocsport Original Buff® as hair cover. The photo is taken underwater. The diver signals that she's fine. Source: Arocsport.com.au © Permission to use on our websites
Hair flying around under water? A Original Buff® as hair cover solves this. (Arocsport)

Your diving and your long hair is floating in your face. A neoprene cap isn’t the solution with it’s tight fit.

Why not use your Original Buff® as hair cover. It:

  • feels good even when wet
  • keeps your hair nice & tidy

What makes this possible is the extremely good moisture management. The better a fabric distributes moisture the less you feel it. For more info click here.

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Recommended designs for diving

Everything goes 🙂 I recommend some colour to brighten up the dull black neoprene. The design pictured is a custom design for sport event organiser ArocSport.

For all available Original Buff® designs click here.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Unknown
Date taken: 17/09/2015
Copyright: Permission to use on our websites

A side shot landscape photo of two people walking in the desert. They are participants of the Marathon Des Sables. A man in the centre is wearing a Original Buff® as face mask. A woman in the back is wearing a Original Buff® as neck cooler. It looks as if it is the end of the race and everybody is tired. The woman in the back is looking weak. The man in font still seems to have energy left. The photo was taken in 2003. Today the correct product for this race is the High UV Buff®. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure

Heat, Sun & Sand Protection in the Marathon Des Sables

A side shot landscape photo of two people walking in the desert. They are participants of the Marathon Des Sables. A man in the centre is wearing a Original Buff® as face mask. A woman in the back is wearing a Original Buff® as neck cooler. It looks as if it is the end of the race and everybody is tired. The woman in the back is looking weak. The man in font still seems to have energy left. The photo was taken in 2003. Today the correct product for this race is the High UV Buff®. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure
Your face gets burned and you’ve got sand on your lips? The High UV Buff as face mask is a favourite around Ultra Marathon runners

A desert is super hot & dry. On top there is no shade from the sun relentlessly frying you. Add some possible sandstorm and you get a feel what a desert marathon puts up on challenges.

Participants of the Marathon Des Sables have been using the Original & the High UV Buff® to cope with these challenges in various ways.

The most popular is the face mask.
Sun burning your skin away. 95% UV blockage gives you additional skin cancer protection.
Sweat running down your head and into your eyes. The fabric turns that sweat into heat relief.
Sand blowing around. The fabric can filter sand out whilst staying fully breathable.

This photo was taken during the 2003 Marathon des Sables. The Buff® shown is the Original Buff®. Today I strongly recommend the High UV Buff® for this event. More cooling and the UV protection that the Original Buff® misses.

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Recommend Designs

The design pictured is a custom run for the Marathon Des Sables. Look for similar colours. Not too light. If you are a heavy sweater I recommend going darker with the colour. The darker the more evaporates.

For all available High UV Buff® designs click here.

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Source: buff.eu

A side shot landscape photo of two people walking in the desert. They are participants of the Marathon Des Sables. A man in the centre is wearing a Original Buff® as face mask. A woman in the back is wearing a Original Buff® as neck cooler. It looks as if it is the end of the race and everybody is tired. The woman in the back is looking weak. The man in font still seems to have energy left. The photo was taken in 2003. Today the correct product for this race is the High UV Buff®. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure

Sun & Extreme Heat Feel so much Better with a Cooling Face mask

A side shot landscape photo of two people walking in the desert. They are participants of the Marathon Des Sables. A man in the centre is wearing a Original Buff® as face mask. A woman in the back is wearing a Original Buff® as neck cooler. It looks as if it is the end of the race and everybody is tired. The woman in the back is looking weak. The man in font still seems to have energy left. The photo was taken in 2003. Today the correct product for this race is the High UV Buff®. Source: buff.eu © Distributed for the promotion of the Original Buff® in outdoor / adventure

This picture was taken during the 2003 Marathon Des Sables. It clearly shows that a Buff® can be used in extreme heat and sun to protect your face. Even for sports.

The participant is actually wearing the Original Buff®. At that time the High UV Buff® didn’t exist. It shows you how good the cooling ability of the Original Buff® is.

Today the best product for this situation is the High UV Buff®. The fabric is among the highest cooling in the world and comes with added UV protection.

Recommended designs for extreme heat

It may sound weird but dark colours give you the best cooling and UV protection in extreme heat. Stay away from very light colours. The Buff® shown in the image is a custom Buff® made for the event.

To view the High UV Buff® designs click here.

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Image Details

Photographer: Unknown
Location: Somewhere in the Moroccan desert
Date taken: 2003
Source: buff.eu
Copyright: Distributed for the promotion of the Original & High UV Buff®.

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