Rated 5 out of 5 by Rena Can never have too many Buffs
You can never have too many buffs as they are so versatile, particularly in Winter. I wear them as a partial face mask, headband, or simply as a neck neck gaiter. I wear them running and traveling because of their versatility. I have also worn some of the prettier ones with office clothing as a sort of neck scarf. They wash well and are breathable and sweat wicking. Can't recommend them enough.
October 28, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Barbenna Handy buff
This bandana buff will replace my cotton hanky red bandana I've used for 35 years for deer hunting to cover my mouth and nose against the cold. I don't have to tie it behind my long hair, and it will more more convenient to use.
I'm also bringing it a missions trip to Canada to keep my mouth and nose protected against the wind.
October 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sundra Stretches nicely
This Buff stretches comfortably. I use it to protect my face from the sun while fishing, or screen out pollen when mowing.
June 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Timboooo versatile
I got this for motorcycling and sailing. It cuts or the draft between my jacket and neck. When I get off the bike it covers the mess my helmet has made of my hair. On the boat the uv protection comes in very handy and it doesn't blow off. It can be worn in many ways and is very comfortable. I also have one in wool.
April 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by jenny2dog Many Uses
This buff is soft, comfortable and can be used as a mask during pollen or wood smoke season, on high wind dusty days, even to lesson the irritation of nearby perfume. Also couid be used to keep neck and ears warm and it looked like it could be used for hair and head. I didn't want to try it out because the pattern I got was too "big" for my small face so I returned it, but I highly recommend it
March 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Panamericantraveler So versatile
Such a pretty print! You can use this buff headgear in so many ways! I sunburn so easily but this buff has me covered on our ocean adventures!!
February 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by CoolAlaskan Very versatile!
I had always wanted to try a Buff and now I see what everyone is raving about. This clever little piece can scrunch up like a head band (and holds onto my abnormal head). It can be pulled up and draped down like a nun's head piece (handy for church), and it adds that "splash" of color to a black blouse. Love it.
November 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by YooperSnowbird Wonderful
I decided to try this product. It has been 107F here in AZ as we have been waiting for it to get nice up north. At first I had no idea how to wear it but then watched the video. The Headwear Buff feels so light weight and under my sunhat is perfect. No more itchy head. I also have worn it to keep sweat from running into my eyes while helping at a Food bank. I love the bright colors and will buy more. Another hit from LL Bean.
June 7, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by nightgale Color "heads up"
I could not tell on my monitor, so FYI:
The "Kenai" in the High Buff may seems like a cream background with a light tan geometric pattern. The color of the pattern is actually light sage. It's soft, but depending on your wardrobe may not work as well as a neutral, which is what I wanted. It's still muted enough I am keeping.
These are nice, softer than any bandana, stretchy, comfortable, light, but do not stay put 100%.
They are pretty secure, but not absolutely trustworthy to hold hair in place and keep ears covered for hours. Same whether half or full Buff, they aren't that different once you start trying to get it arranged.
Reason is - I guess heads are different shapes and sizes. It's useful and workable most of the time for my purposes.
The unfinished edges on an item this price is not good quality. It's not unraveling, I just don't like the look if a ragged side.
Finally, I wish this did not have "BUFF" printed on both sides, making it unavoidable to be a walking advertisement. (On the headbands it's only on one side.)
April 23, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by kat6463 Buff
Not worth the money cheaply made.
February 12, 2014