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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Recommended Designs

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

For all available Original Buff® designs click here.

For all available High UV Buff® designs click here.

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Image Details

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

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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 websitesA 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