Buff Polar Buff Junior


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Childrens Buff headwear

Polar Buffs are an incrediblyversatile piece of kit. Awesome for winter conditions weather it's playing in the park or out and about on the hills. They generally change your world!

The added bonus as a kids Buff is that all Buffs stretch, and are super durable, making sure they last while they grow. The size range of the Junior Buffs are from 4 - 12 years old.

But the awesomeness doesn't stop there! With funky designs from Elsa to Starwars they bring an added layer of creativity to the playtime games.

Below are just a few ways to wear your polar buff.

  • Made from 100% polyester microfibre and Polartec Classic fleece
  • Is machine washable, non iron and will not lose its elasticity or fade.
  • Treated with Polygiene (microfibre section only) 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


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