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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby Trey133 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 8:57 am

I grew a killer beard for the winter, my face stays rosy ready all day... well, maybe thats from the alcohol.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby JR » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:19 am

I've got a cap from buff and you have to be careful with it in woods so that you don't break that fragile fabric. It breaths well but but as well as my butchered to ugly hat with scissor clipped holes.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby victorb » Tue Jan 19, 2010 9:36 am

I have a columbia fleece neck gaiter that I wear when the wind is really getting cold. It's amazing how much heat you can lose through an uncovered neck.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby Mad Scientist » Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:09 pm

I have a Merino wool Buff that I wear for work. It's nice, but not very convenient for a guy with a ponytail and a long goatee. For most days I prefer the stocking cap + scarf combo. But if it's single-digit cold and I know I'm going to be outside for hours at a time, the Buff is nice to have.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby Mark Ellis » Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:41 pm

Frank Delicious wrote:
Roy wrote:
I actually wore my balaclava for the first time the other day when it was cold as balls out. I usually wear it when it gets down to 25 or so or if it's really windy. that thing don't let no drafts in.

looks like the same effect could be accomplished with a cutoff t-shirt sleeve.


This is the most red neck thing I have ever read.


Then Roy added:
He could have said cuttoff flannel shirt :lol:


He could have said the same effect could be accomplished with a cutoff flannel shirt sleeve torn off of his underage-female-relative-common-law-wife when she was out back by the moonshine still.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby dgdave » Wed Jan 27, 2010 7:48 am

Mark, you're a great addition to the board.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby JR » Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:17 am

Mark Ellis wrote:
Frank Delicious wrote:
Roy wrote:
I actually wore my balaclava for the first time the other day when it was cold as balls out. I usually wear it when it gets down to 25 or so or if it's really windy. that thing don't let no drafts in.

looks like the same effect could be accomplished with a cutoff t-shirt sleeve.


This is the most red neck thing I have ever read.


Then Roy added:
He could have said cuttoff flannel shirt :lol:


He could have said the same effect could be accomplished with a cutoff flannel shirt sleeve torn off of his underage-female-relative-common-law-wife when she was out back by the moonshine still.


Ouch!!! And :-D
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby uNicedmeMan » Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:01 pm

This held it down for me at a snowy icebowl last weekend. This is my first balaclava even though I've been thinking about them for cycling for some time. I will recommend this specific product to anyone as it is very very soft and warm, the adjustment is nice too.
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby Kamehame » Thu Mar 11, 2010 2:08 pm

My friends uses those a lot and praises them. I think he sometimes wears even two at the same time..? I was gonna get one last summer because my hair had grown to a point it really distracted. But I went for a rambo-scarf instead :roll:
No idea what I should use this summer now that my hair is 4-5 inches longer...
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Re: Ever worn a Buff?

Postby jubuttib » Thu Mar 25, 2010 5:30 pm

BrotherDave wrote:I think I have an indispensable article of clothing. It's called a Buff and it is a little sleeve thing that can worn a thousand different ways. Neck warmer, headband, skullcap, you name it. It's made of some microfiber and it only stretches one way, really nifty. (Did I just type nifty? Good god, I'm turning old).

http://www.buff.es/en/index.php?p=USA

Why yes, I have several, they're great. I have one which is partly fleece and it's my main piece of headwear in winter, works well even in -13 Fahrenheit. I must get a visor one sometime.

Though in the summertime I usually wear what I'm wearing in the "you on and off the course" picture. Well, not that exact one, I sold it in a bar for over twice the money I paid for it.
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