Buff Hat Microfiber Single Buff


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Microfibre Beanie

Great little piece of kit, ideal for many adventures. Takes up no room if your backpacking, dries quick enough if your kayaking. Has flatlock seams making it comfortable under a helmet if your climbing. Great tool for your out door kit bag.

Microfibre hat which is perfect for all seasons, light enough for summer but still warm enough for winter. Nice and light weight to stash in your pocket on any adventure.

These are are a perfect match for these reflective Buffs for Running and being out and about in the 'wintery' weather.

  • 100% Polyester microfibre
  • Weighs 35g
  • Treated with Polygiene


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