Accessorise your adventures with the National Geographic Original Buff.
This stretchy tube of fabric is so versatile you’ll want to take it with you wherever you go. It can be worn in up to 13 different ways; as a scarf, as a headband, as a beanie, to name just three. The cylindrical construction has no irritating seams, making the Buff comfortable to wear however you choose to use it.
In the cold, it will trap heat to keep you warm. In the heat, it will wick moisture to keep you cool. The Polygiene treatment added to the fabric is antibacterial, helping to prevent nasty odours and allowing you to wear the garment for longer between washes.
Buff’s come in a variety of different colours and distinctive designs. Plus they are a fantastic gift idea.
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.