Whether you prefer a practical buff or a stylish silk scarf neckwear can be an essential part of the cyclists kit. Necks are often overlooked but its important to protect this part of your body as it can let cold air in and make or break a cold ride!
Buffs and scarves offer potential for both neck and head protection and warmth, they are a truly versatile item.
Buffs in particular are loved the world over by outdoor enthusiasts whether they be cyclists, runners, skiers or walkers. Whether you are looking for hot weather head protection, a reflective commuting buff, or a luxurious merino wool scarf there will be a design that appeals to you. Ideal for all types of riders - road cyclists, city commuters and mountain bike riders
Because of their seamless and stretchy design buffs can be worn close to the skin without irritation. Even better many cycling specific buffs are made from fabric which will wick away moisture to keep you cool when it's hot, but also insulates against cold weather.
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There are at least 13 different ways to wear a buff. Some of the most popular ones include a hat, headband, neck gaiter, balaclava, sun, wind or dust screen, bandana, helmet liner, scarf, pirate-style cap and hair band.... Most of the above would not be recommended by Liberty!