A buff—also called a “neck gaiter” or “multifunctional headwear”—is a tube of elastic fabric that you can wear in lots of different ways. The name comes from one of the main brands that makes them, but most outdoor sports companies have their own take on the garment.
The main purpose of a buff is to keep you wrapped up—and there are lots of ways you can do that. When it’s cold, you can use it to cover any exposed skin in your neck area. Or, if it’s really cold, you can go all-in and wear it as a balaclava. The buff’s flexibility is really great here: depending on what you need, it can be everything from a commuter’s light scarf to part of a polar explorer’s wardrobe. But, it’s not just useful in the cold. A buff also keeps the sun off you when it’s warm.
How to wear a Buff
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