|Buff - Hunter Orange|
Jeep Hair Do Care
I drive a Jeep - with the top down in the summertime. I also like to hike, camp, and go fishing. I always have the problem of what to do with my hair. Cut it off? Learn to braid? Wear a ponytail constantly? Over the years I have approached the problem with a variety of solutions, but none really worked well.
|Buff - Lotus|
Buff Original HeadwearA Buff is a stretchy, "technical fiber" tube that can be used as a head band, neck gaiter, balaclava, cap, and so on. I purchased mine in "hunter orange" due to being in the woods so often but there are hundreds, if not thousands, of colors and prints to choose from.
It is made with a cool and moisture-wicking material that is machine washable and reportedly maintains it's elasticity. Some of the Buffs are also made with UV protection.
For more information about the history of the company and the variety of products they offer, be sure to visit the official Buff website.
My Buff Experience
So far, I've had a good experience with my new Buff. Historically, I have a lot of problems with headbands. There is something about the shape of the back of my head that allows headbands to almost immediately roll up the back of my head. But my Buff has been great. If I wear it rolled up as small as it goes, and like a headband, I can feel it starting to slip. But I have worn it in a wider headband shape, so wide that it is a bit like wearing a 'kerchief around my head, and it stays put. I was concerned that it would blow off in the Jeep, with the top down, at highway speeds, but so far it has not. And I arrive at my destination with tangle-free hair.
I love my Buff. The only problem is choosing the color of my next Buff.
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