The original Buff is incredibly useful, fashionable and offers great protection from the cold, wind and sun.The Original Buff Headwear!
How many ways are there to wear a Buff? There are at least 12 different ways to wear a Buff. As a cap, beanie, balaclava, pirate style, sahariane, bandana, hairband, foulard, helmet liner, etc. You can wear it as a scarf, cap, hat, headscarf, headband, mask or ski mask, and use it while practicing many kinds of sports with complete freedom and comfort. Buff is ideal for activities like hiking, running, cycling, motorcycling, fishing etc. Mothers will love the Buff for their children, and children will love their mothers for getting them a Buff. Its excellent design makes it a stylish accessory. Click here to get an idea of how Buffs are worn. How is the Buff made? Buff is created through a proprietary knitting process, using a special 100% polyester yarn, called Microfiber, in which the thinness of each filament is less than 1 Dtex. The pores in the external surface of the textile become very small to prevent water and wind from entering the textile, but at the same time, the pores in the inside surface are big enough to make the fabric breathable. The Buff has no seam? None. Buff is made with special knitting machines that weave in a tubular way, obtaining a unique product without irritating seams or hems. Who produces them, and where? Original Buff S. L. is located in Igualada, Spain. Original Buff S.L. started to sell the multifunctional seamless headwear "Buff" in Spain in 1992, and began to export to various European countries in 1995. Today, Buff products are sold in more than 30 countries around the world. What size are Buff products? The standard range of Buff products (Original Buff, National Geographic Buff, Polar Buff and Reflective Buff) is designed on a one size fits most adults basis (head circumference between 21" and 25", when measured just above the ears).