If I’m given the choice, I prefer wearing a buff over a facemask. I’ve also heard buffs referred to as a ‘(neck) gaiter’ and I’ve even heard them called a ‘snood’ in parts of Florida. They go by a lot of different names and I’ve actually been using them for years while fishing in Florida to protect my face from the sun because I burn pretty easily.
For anyone out there that’s in the market for new buff or gaiter, I wanted to throw this line of National Park Buffs from Wear A Map on your radar. Each buff features a printed map of our nation’s greatest National Parks including Rocky Mountain National Park, the Grand Canyon National Park, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Acadia National Park, Zion National Park, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and more.
Whether you are fishing, snowboarding, hiking, hiding from the sun, or need this as a face covering out in public right they will fit your specific needs. The best part is they’re only $15 so you can purchase a few and rotate them around every couple of days. Let’s check out these National Park Buffs from Wear A Map:
Features of the Wear A Map National Park Buffs include:
- Printed with a detailed map of America’s National Parks
- Versatile neck, face, and head protection from the elements with 12+ ways to wear it
- Moisture-wicking and quick-drying to keep you cool and dry
- Made from a soft, stretchy microfiber for a comfortable fit
- Seamless edges for no rubbing or hot spots
- One size fits all
Cass is a partner at BroBible and he’s been found here for the better part of a decade. He’s based out of Florida and you can contact him on Twitter at @casspa or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
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