• Mitchell

    Just shy of two years ago I got a Buff from an old girlfriend’s mother as a gift because she knew I ride my bike all the time and it’s been the best individual item I think I’ve ever owned. It destroys the cost/benefit ratio.

    I even remember flying to Portland a year ago and I saw a grungy looking guy, so I sat next to him on the plane. We bonded on how awesome our Buffs were and how they saved us on multiple adventures!

    Plus they’re wool, and wool rules.

    October 31, 2011
  • Yep, they’re pretty awesome! I thought they were lame at first, especially after seeing them on Survivor. But after using one through the fall/winter season, they’re pretty dang indispensable and great for temperature regulation.


    October 31, 2011
  • John

    Amazon store appears to be broken.

    November 01, 2011
  • Toby

    I loop one thru my camera strap as a simple cover. I’m currently hacking one by sewing a waterproof cover onto the buff, so its repellant on the outside and soft on the inside.

    November 01, 2011
  • Nice. Would love to see a pic of that when you’re done.


    November 01, 2011
  • I LOVE my buff. Perfect for winter commuting to keep the face warm, and help prevent the dreaded cold air cough.

    Also, much to my wife’s chagrin, I use it to keep sweat out of my eyes in the summer when I’m doing hard labor. She’s nto a fan of the do-rag look.

    November 09, 2011
  • This looks like a great bit of kit. How does the merino hold up against stubble/beard over time?

    August 14, 2013
  • Rojas

    I wanted to buy it on your amazon store but it doesn’t seem to work well. I couldn’t preview the colors so I went straight to amazon.

    October 08, 2013
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