Buff merino wool neck warmer - £11.95 @ Amazon Prime / £15.94 non-Prime
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Buff merino wool neck warmer - £11.95 @ Amazon Prime / £15.94 non-Prime

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Found 11th Feb
Cheapest I could find made with merino wool.

From balaclava to neckerchief, scarf or saharaine, the Buff Grana (Merino Wool Buff) challenges your creativity and brings new ways to keep you warm. Constructed with 100% natural merino wool, providing thermoregulation properties when needed, the Wool Buff keeps you warm in the cold and wicks moisture away to keep you cool. The natural fabric is super soft, odour and water resistant, keeping your fresh and dry. Seamless stitching reduces irritation caused by chaffing with elasticity uncompromised, the Wool Buff will not lose its shape or durability.
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Thanks good price
For a giraffe?
Neck warmer...what? For a giraffe?
Lol
Thanks good timing, needed one of these.
Great price for the merino. Having used one I cant decide whether to go for this or the original
Edited by: "QSECOFR" 11th Feb
Curlyman8331 m ago

Neck warmer...what? For a giraffe?


Haha best you to it. Great minds.

... or predictable mind perhaps
Is Buff Merino Jose's brother?
this stuff is AWESOME! I got mine 2months ago, I have been wearing it every single day whenever I go out now, whatever I do.. I make sure I have it.. It provides so much more comfort in this weather.. the best part is- it blocks ALL of the draft so even if its windy you can stay outdoors for hours without any of the side effects..
It's not super thick 135gsm I think, so you must wear a hat over it as well at this time, to get all the warmth but its the best invention ever..
Also please do not get cheaper non-merino ones, they STINK and have funny feeling to them when next to skin- and I mean it.. wool is anti-microbial and you dont ever need to wash it- it kinda defuses itself.. and has a very good feel against your skin!

Yes 12pounds for basically a gigantic sock is kinda expensive,but once you start wearing it, even 50 would be still cheap for what it does.
also this one is VERY long unlike all others so it's THE ONE to get if you have been thinking about it already.
Edited by: "Tom_Reys" 12th Feb
Thanks OP was looking at this a while back and it’s dropped a few quid since
42.1% low quality reviews, may be deception involved, review content quality is low. Gonna wait for some HUKD reviews on this
StrugglingStudent20 m ago

42.1% low quality reviews, may be deception involved, review content …42.1% low quality reviews, may be deception involved, review content quality is low. Gonna wait for some HUKD reviews on this


Jeez...its £11.95...not a thousand pound tv!
Snapped up a couple at this price. Used to buy one Buff a year. Excellent products, especially at this price. Nice one OP..
I have two. They're long because the fabric is thin. They're also designed to go over the head - although you'd surely look an idiot if you wore it this way. They are brilliant. Crappy polyester neck warmers are irritating and quickly become rank. The Buff merino is soft and wicks really well. You can get thicker wool Buff neck warmers, but for most weather, these are more than adequate. I wear one everyday through the winter and they have remained in very good condition.
I found them disappointing. No elastic so keeps dropping down. Too thin as well
These snoods are probably great for cycling, and hiking etc. I have some experience of these as I bought one last year.

I would recommend the Army surplus ones on ebay if you are not too sensitive to wool - as in finding it itchy. I bought a French Army snood which was 55% wool and not too long for about £5. It was a thicker material and could be doubled over.

I love Merino wool but it is not the warmest wool unless it is made specifically for sports / running. Perhaps for spring weather it is OK.
Use mine for running and it is perfect for keeping the wind out and regulating heat.

Also great for hiking.
Yep, during the winter lots of miles run and one of these comes with me every time, as soon as you're too hot it'll go in a pocket or you can just fold it into a headband shape for a little warmth. Basically however cold you are there's a way round it with these fellas.

I've had two of the standard ones (bought for £15 each) for a couple of years, thousands of miles run and they just don't wear out. "Bobbling" might be a concern for some but if it keeps you warm that's all I need to know.

Ordered for me and a friend. Thanks OP
Edited by: "Aleik" 12th Feb
BORIS39711 h, 55 m ago

I found them disappointing. No elastic so keeps dropping down. Too thin as …I found them disappointing. No elastic so keeps dropping down. Too thin as well


There's a trick to that. You need to double fold it, then bring the bottom layer upwards and it stays where it is. Check the Buff videos and they show all the different ways you can wear it.

Even though they wick and keep fresher for longer, they still do smell so I have been putting them in the washing machine and they have come out exactly the same.
Not a bad price. Here is a link to a grey version in merino wool if you dont want plain black:

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