Product Review: What’s Your Buff?

Disclaimer: I received an Original BUFF® to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

Buff products have become a regular product in my house. So many different options, so many to choose from! Needless to say, when they’re on sale, it’s not good because I find more I like!

Not sure which one to choose? Let me take you on a Buff Tour

  1. The Original Buff: If you’re looking for something long, take a look at this one. Good for headbands, bandanas, neck and ear coverage and for looking like a pirate! Also, good for making hats, and for Moe the cat to get ready for his daily exercise and for you to keep the sweat out of your face!

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2. The Half Buff: Just like the full buff, only half the size! Good for hotter days, or if you don’t like something so long. Easily foldable, washable and based a whole lot of fun designs. Think of 2 of these equal 1 full buff!

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3. The Wool Buff: good for cooler and colder weather. Keeps the head and neck warm. Hey, it’s football season, end of biking season and the necks want to keep warm and the sweat off you! Different lengths and different colors to have fun with

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4. The Reversible Thermal Buff: Perfect for the Minnesotans, Montanans, Canadians, Alaskans and anywhere with cold, snow and the brave soles who have long, cold winters. Get two fun colors in one, the chance to choose which one you want at any point in time and a warm neck and ears!

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5. The Buff Hoodie: Perfect if for some reason your coat is hoodless or it starts raining/ snowing/sleeting/hailing after you’ve gone to work. Even better if you work out after work or lunch and the weather pulled a fast one! Hood with a buff around the neck, that keeps you dry and warm

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What’s your Buff??

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BibRave Product Review: Half Buff USA

Disclaimer: I received a Buff to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

A few weeks ago, I got a nice little thing in the mail courtesy of Bibrave. My new found friend was a Buff. I’m one who sweats a boatload, especially over the summer, and when sweats get into my eyes, it feels like sunscreen.

Another thing to know about me: I hate wearing hats. I hate wearing visors [ironic since I wore one while playing goalkeeper in high school]. I may or may not remember to grab my sunglasses on the way door. I’m one who doesn’t like a lot of crap on me when I run.

My Half Buff does wonders.

Fit: it’s lightweight so you don’t realize it’s there, but after a few miles, you wonder why there’s no sweat going into your eyes and then you remember you have something on your head. My one tiny suggestion is to maybe adapt it so there’s some sort of measurement component. I have a small head so there were a few times where I felt like it was a smidgen too loose.

Colors/Designs: can we say options? Definitely more than enough to choose from!

Function: Yes, you can use it for sweat absorption. I live in Cleveland where there’s this thing called winter and in a state where college and pro football happens, no mater the weather. I’m already counting down the days to when it can be used as a neck cover. Not a runner, but instead a biker? Definitely thin enough to fit under a bike helmet for a long bike (came in handy while in Portugal and trying to not kill myself on the bike!).

Sizing: tons of options. Short, long, take your pick. They have options for the cold junkies so that you can have neck and head covered.

Pricing: Typically start at $15

Overall, I’m a fan of the Buff. They’re social media team is awesome and all over tweeting/instagraming/facebooking. Are you convinced yet? Try one at 10% off with BIBRAVE10. Also, join us on Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 9/8 EST to chat with other BibRave Pros about all things Buff and Buff USA!

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