Now that it is summer my family and I are more active. With being more active outside we are sweating more. I’m excited we have had the chance to try out a fabric called Buff. It’s a multifunctional headwear. It can be used in the summer and the winter. For the summer to wick up the sweat and in the winter to keep your head and face warm. It’s made from 100% polyester and can be washed in the washing machine and air dried.
For this review we are reviewing the Junior Buff. It’s meant to fit children ages 4-11. My eight year old has an unusually large head so it didn’t fit her but it fit my five year old with no problem. We had fun trying out different ways to wear it. There are 10+ ways you can wear the Buff. The above photo is a sample of how to wear it the Sahariane way. You simply put one part of the Buff around the top part of your head and allow the rest to flow down your hair. This is perfect for my daughter because she has light and thinner hair, this will help cover it a bit out in the sun, as well as wick the sweat away from her forehead.
The next two photos show the ways my daughter likes to wear her Buff. The first one is the headband way and the second is the cap way. Both are easy to put on and fit her comfortably. Below is another way we like to wear our Buffs, on the wrist. This allows us to wipe away sweat from our forehead and face.
I love the Junior Buff for my kids. They have many cure designs to choose from and give many great suggestions on how to wear it. You can also buy adult sizes and winter friendly version for the really cold days. This week I’ll also be posting my review of my experience with the Original Buff so be on the lookout for that.
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