NEW BUFF® CoolNet® UV+ is a multifunctional tubular perfect for outdoor activities during sunny days. It offers high UV protection to enjoy life out in the sun while protecting you from harmful sun radiation. Light, breathable and comfortable, this tubular is an ideal companion for running, cycling and walking as well as climbing, trekking or motor biking.
CoolNet® UV+ can be worn as a neckerchief, headband, wristband, mask, hairband, balaclava, scarf, scrunchie, saharaine, pirate cap, beanie or bandana.
Features & Benefits:
- Composition: 95% recycled Polyester 5% Elastane
- UPF 50+ sun protection
- Cooling effect
- Ultra 4-way stretch
- Ultralight-weighs 39g
- Measures 53x22.7cm
- Designed to fit most adults
- There are no irritating seams or hems
- Is machine washable and non-iron
- Treated with Polygiene® your BUFF® headwear will remain fresh as the silver ions prevent the build-up of bacteria in the fabric
- Certified to meet Oeko-Tex® Standard 100
- Weather conditions – Hot
Buff® statement on COVID-19
In response to the updated White House Administration Coronavirus Task Force statement and CDC recommendations regarding the use of cloth face coverings on April 3, 2020:
BUFF® head and neckwear protects against many of nature’s elements. However, while our multifunctional headwear products cover the entire front of the face (nose, mouth, chin, and neck), they are not scientifically proven by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to prevent you from: (1) contracting a virus/disease/illness or (2) passing a virus/disease/illness to someone else.
If / When BUFF® products are worn, in response to the April 3, 2020 Center for Disease Control (CDC) statement - “CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.”:
We encourage users not to circumvent the proper safety protocols of social distancing, quarantining, etc. suggested by the CDC.