Buff High UV Protection Buff Junior

 

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High UV Buff Headwear

Perfect gift or travel companion that will keep your little ones protected from UV. Check out the video to see different ways to put it on to protect where required.

This is a high quality product that will decreaseprotection with age, but won't fade or shrink. Great piece of kit to have for even cooler days, to cover ears, to pop hair out of their face or even as a hat. A product with so many atributes.




  • Designed for heads 50 – 55cm
  • Made with 100% Coolmax Extreme
  • Machine washable and non iron
  • Certified to meet Oeko-Tex® Standard 100
  • TECHNICAL FEATURES from Buff
  • Made with 100% Coolmax Extreme – this special four channel fibre forms a transport system that pulls moisture away from the skin to the outer layer of the fabric. It then dries that moisture faster than any other fabric and thermo-regulates the body.

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