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One of the best names for multifunctional, weather-protective motorcycle headwear.

Buff’s headwear can be worn in a large number of different ways to provide the level of comfort and weather protection that is important to you. They will shield you against the cold, sun, wind or dust and will keep you protected even in rapidly changing weather.

But not just that, with their huge range of creative designs you can choose a Buff that suits your personality.

Buff’s neck and head wear are made from different material depending on the specific weather conditions they are built to tackle. The standard Buffs are made from 100% polyester microfibre, which resists wind while being breathable and moisture wicking. The High UV and Visor Buffs are made to keep you super comfortable in the heat and so are made from Coolmax Extreme which is faster and more efficient at wicking moisture. And for seeing you through super cold conditions the Polar Buff Thermal Pro uses Polartec Thermal fabric which minimises heat loss.

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72POINTS Buff ThermoNet

Buff ThermoNet

From £18.00
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91POINTS Buff Knitted Hat

Buff Knitted Hat

From £22.75
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82POINTS Buff Dryflx

Buff Dryflx

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64POINTS Buff Original

Buff Original

From £15.00
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100POINTS Buff Polar

Buff Polar

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104POINTS Buff Merino Wool Balaclava

Buff Merino Wool Balaclava

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84POINTS Buff Microfiber Balaclava

Buff Microfiber Balaclava

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104POINTS Buff Polar Balaclava

Buff Polar Balaclava

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160POINTS Buff Windproof Balaclava

Buff Windproof Balaclava

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