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Buff created its UV Buff National Parks Collection to inspire you to get outside and explore America's National Parks. Each buff keeps you cool and wicks away sweat thanks to its Coolmax Extreme material, whether you’re rafting the Grand Canyon, fly fishing at Yellowstone, climbing in Yosemite, or backpacking through Glacier. Each buff also has two-way stretch properties and a seamless design that offers smooth flexibility without losing its shape, as well as Polygiene Active Odor Control and UV protection to keep things smelling fresh and protected.
- A versatile buff for hiking, fishing, or trail running
- Coolmax material wicks sweat and combats odors
- Seamless, two-way stretch construction for chafe-free comfort
- Blocks 95% of harmful UV rays
- Commemorative National Park Collection
- Item #BUF0045
- Q & A
Go to Head Gear
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Not only is it beautiful, it is comfortable and I wear it daily. I run with it, I wash it and then wear it to push my hair back. It's probably my go to outdoor gear piece.
Ok for warm snowboarding.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I love the Yosemite design! I've only used it for snowboarding. It kept my face warm going down the mountain but that was from trapping my breath inside of it. Once on the lift I could feel the chill and the condensation was annoying. Also it kept feeling like snot was on my face.
Its a Buff, but more Beautiful-er
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Every owned a buff? Touched a buff? Worn a buff? I think most people have at this point, they are pretty universal. Well, this is a typical buff; it will keep the sun and wind off your face! I use it for skiing, but you can use it for running, biking, hiking, backpacking, climbing, or really anything else. However, the art work on these specific buffs are aaaammazing. I got the Rocky Mountain National Park one, and I seriously can't be happier. It looks good, it feels good, it is good, now get one!
Does anyone else think these would be much nicer without the huge park name? I'd wear it if it had the name subtle.