Men's Pack Trek Cap from Buff packs small while retaining its shape. It offers protection against the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Samples of fabrics have been tested for UV protection in accordance with the standard AS/NZS 4399:1996 “Sun protective clothing Evaluation and Classification”, results achieving UPF>50 (98% UV protection). Protection may be lessened if fabric is stretched, wet or old. The Pack Trek Cap has high wicking properties. Sweat and humidity are carried away through the fabric in a quick and efficient manner.
- Crown: 96% Polyester, 4% Elastane
- Undervisor: 96% Polyester, 4% Elastane
- Visor: 100% Polyurethane
- Adjustable strap: 96% Polyester, 4% Elastane
- Inner sweatband: 100% Polyester
- Side mesh panel: 100% Polyester
- UPF 50+
- Dries Quickly
- BI-Stretch Fabric
The original Buff was designed in 1991, when motorcycle enthusiast and textile expert Juan Rojas came up with a simple seamless microfiber garment that could be worn at least twelve different ways in both warm and cold conditions.
From trial runners to Olympians, divers to motorcyclists, the original Buff is worn all over the world by countless athletes. It’s an insulating face mask on the ski slopes, a sweat band on the trails, a neck protector in the heat or a scarf in the cold. When you’re riding or skiing it can go under your helmet, in dusty conditions it will protect your face, or, if you just need a headband- the Buff is your best friend.