Buff Multifunctional Headwear
This really is a magnificent invention, a seamless tubular piece of 100% Merino Wool that has ten different uses.
Buff have been manufacturing their original multifunctional headwear since 1992.
The Merino Wool includes microclimate control and a fairly decent thermal insulation for the winter months. They are odour resistant and incredibly stretchy.
They also contain UV protection, are water repellent and include moisture management for the summer months.
Uses include cap, neckerchief, blind chicken (?!), wristband, hairband, sahariane, scarf, headband, mask and pirate head scarf.
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About Buff®, the original multifunctional headwear.
Once upon a time there was a keen off-road trials motorcyclist from Spain, who realised there was a need for a multifunctional garment that could be worn on and around his head while out riding in any and all conditions.
Having worked in the textile industry for over 25 years manufacturing knitted collars and cuffs for the most popular football shirt brands in Europe, Juan Rojas set about creating a functional garment that could be worn in all manner of ways, replacing the need for separate items of head and neck wear.
Experimenting with different designs and processes, Juan eventually found a high performance microfibre that was breathable, moisture wicking and wind resistant.
Juan then set about designing a proprietary knitting process that could manufacture his product in such a way as to ensure enduring comfort and durability.
This manufacturing process, which takes place on a specially developed tubular loom, achieves an unique seamless construction resulting in a particularly comfortable garment that is extremely durable.
The use of a sublimation printing process to transfer designs onto the product also ensures that the material retains its soft feel without the colours fading when either exposed to the elements or during cleaning.
Juan called his product Buff® as a derivation of the Spanish word ‘bufanda’ meaning scarf.
Then, in 1998, Buff® entered a team into the Eco-Challenge adventure race and by the end of the event most of the participants had either requested or were wearing an Original Buff® and were totally “Buffed up.”
Since then, Buff® headwear has become a standard accessory for all adventure racers and athletes, and has been worn by contestants on the CBS Survivor series, Raid Gaulouises and Southern Traverse events. Adventure Racer Louise Cooper says: “I can’t imagine being without my Buff.
It’s without a doubt the most versatile accessory anyone can wear.” Buff® headwear and has since become popular with millions of outdoor enthusiasts who benefit from its versatility: the garment has multiple uses and can be worn as a scarf, bandanna, headband, hat, facemask or wristband.
Put simply: Buff® headwear is uniquely versatile, designed to achieve a high level of comfort and protection from the elements, WITH FUN!
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