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

For all available Original Buff® designs click here.

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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.

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