Buff Headband Review

Disclaimer: I received a Buff Headband to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to find and write race reviews!

So excited that I got to try a Buff out with BibRave. I mean I already own like 10 but who’s counting. Needless to say I already have a strong affinity for them. I never go on a hike or trip without packing at least two!

Buffs can be very versatile, I take them even on non outdoor adventure trips too. They are great in the summer to help absorb your sweat and protect your skin from all the uv rays. I also like to soak them in water and wear it around my neck for really hot days and long hard hikes. They are also great as a face mask when sliding down sand dunes.

They double up to keep your nose and face warm in cold conditions too. Buffs saved me while in Banff for some winter hikes. I even wore them around Italy during a winter vacation. It was less clunky than a scarf but kept my face just as warm. Plus it took up a lot less space because all I had with me was a carry on for over a week, so I was trying to save on every last bit of space.

Buff has a variety of products. From their standard Buff to Coolnet UV to Merino Wool. But you really can’t go wrong with which one you pick, but I do like the variety for if I’m looking to take them for very different weather conditions. They also have different sizes, like just a head band size or a full on multi functional band. I usually go with the larger multi functional one, but the headband is also a nice option if you’re looking for less fabric and bulkiness.

Overall I couldn’t recommend Buffs enough. And I was happy to add another one to my collection! You can order one with a 15% discount here!


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