Buff Polar Headband

Buff Polar Headband

  • Material: 100% polyester microfibre and Polartec® fleece.

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3 Responses to “Buff Polar Headband”
  1. J. Todd "Rayelett" says:
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    AMAZING!, June 17, 2011
    By 
    J. Todd “Rayelett” (Ft. Benton, MT USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This is the best thing for snowboarding! I can wrap up all my hair, cover my ears (with my headphones tucked away inside), and slip it all the way up to my goggles. Also, I can slip it down quickly when I need to talk to some one, and set it back in place without having to remove all my layers, it keeps me warm and the fleece portion it the most amazing, soft fabric! My whole family uses them for motorcycle riding, snowboarding and skiing, and winter outside work like chopping firewood. We all have multiples of this product. BEST WINTER OBJECT TO WEAR!!

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  2. solocanoe says:
    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    it’s a Buff, so it’s great…but really warm, December 30, 2010
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    solocanoe (fort smith, ar) –

    I really don’t know how many BUFF’s I now own. I bought the first one when the first Survivor thing came on – just love ’em for all the versitility. I am literally never without one. I carry one in my EDC bag, one in every glove box for the family, one stashed in lots of different jackets, fishing bag, canoe bag, and last year I bought a bunch on them on clearance for $3 each from REI…so yeah, I love BUFF’s.

    My wife got me the Polar Buff a few years ago. I’ve only found one use for it I can stand – sitting IN a tree stand. That’s it. To me, a regular Buff under a hat or shell is all I’ve needed – even down in the teens, weatherwise. This polar Buff is really, really warm. Hiking or canoeing it’s just too hot for me.

    That said…if I’m gonna be sitting still in the cold – I take it and like it. If you are really cold natured, this may be a great product for you as well.

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  3. LightHiker says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    must-have, November 18, 2012
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    Everyone needs two buffs: a lightweight one (any wicking light weight is good or the longer merino wool works well summer or winter) and the two section polar version. I keep one of each in all of my go bags (and my kids’, too). the versatility of a simple buff is amazing (think old Survivor episodes)… to stay cool, keep debris out of your face/hair, to keep wind away or to keep warm in bad conditions (layering or alone), buffs offer that. The brand doesn’t matter. mini-buffs like the Turtle Fur brand make good headbands, face covers and basic headwear, or a great extra layer. There are even buffs with integrated reflective strips…blaze orange with reflector would be awesome when hiking during hunting season, or as a rescue flag!

    I do like the two section polar buff in winter …the basic two layer longer end is complimented by a wind-impermeable bottom liked with fleece inside… so you get that exra cozy factor….with the fleece on your head first, twist and make a beanie cap and foldd up a cuff for a really warm head sticking out of your sleeping bag!

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