Buff Balaclava Wool Buff

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Buff Balaclava Wool Buff is made out of natural merino wool that's warm, soft, stretchy, non-itchy, odor-resistant, breathable, and quick-drying for comfortable ski sessions in sub-zero temperatures.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Whether worn as a traditional balaclava or neck gaiter, you can count on Buffand#39;s merino wool balaclava to provide lightweight insulation, wick moisture and continually manage odor. Available Colors: BLACK, CEDAR, GREY.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Balaclava Wool Buff from Buff Inc is a buff that can function in a ton of ways and under a ton of conditions. Crafted entirely out of merino wool, which means that you will stay dry, your temperature will stay regulated, your balaclava will dry quickly, and stay odor resistant. The Balaclava Wool Buff is perfect for the skiers and boarders out there but anyone who likes the outdoors will love this piece. PRODUCT FEATURES: Multifunctional--wear it as a balaclava or pull down around your neck 100% pure merino wool High-stretch Seamless at the neck, with just a flat seam on the top of head Excellent breathability Natural odor control One size fits all adults

- Appalachian Outdoors

Laugh at cold weather that keeps lesser mortals stuck inside. Balaclava Wool Buff headwear protects your entire face from sub-zero temperatures. Made with 100% natural Merino Wool, it combines superior warmth and softness with excellent breathability. And we promise, it's not itchy. You'll never fear cold weather again.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Buff Balaclava Wool Buff

previously retailed for:
$19.95 - $36.95

The Buff Balaclava Wool Buff is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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