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    Default A Good Scarf

    Well as my title says I'm in the market for a good scarf. I have an aerostich Darien and I love it, but when I turn my head to look the collar just rubs me the wrong way. I had sort of forgotten about it but today's ride on the highway reminded me. I had been looking at this http://www.aerostich.com/clothing/cl...-standard.html but maybe you folks have other suggestions?
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    How about a buff?

    They are available in numerous colors, styles and materials.

    http://www.buffwear.com/
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    The Buff: $20 for a cloth tube!

    And you know what? It works awesome. It's expensive for what it is, but a bargain for how well it works. They make a variety of styles, from coolmax in the summer to Merino Wool/fleece in the winter. I can't speak for the summer ones, but the Merino Wool one gets used all winter.
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    Hi

    I am from Sweden, and I will never again use a scarf exept a Buff or similar. My girlfriend bought me Buff, the best thing ever. But it is expensive and found very cheap ones from different manufactures here for about 2 dollar each. I have booth thick ones in fleece and thiner ones in polyester. I use them when biking, walking, jogging, even in the car against wind when the window is down.

    I have about ten buff copies for about 2 dollar each. I have one in each jacket and trousers and in my Jeep as they dont hardly take any space.


    The buff concept





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    In english they are called tube mask

    Cheap here

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw...+mask&_sacat=0
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    I had a tube type scarf for a while but it constantly ride up my neck and then felt all bunched up and was uncomfortable. I used it primarily for motorcycling.
    I now use an aerostirch silk competition scarf. very comfortable, soft, and stays put. I never feel like I'm being strangled.

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    A buff eh? Hmm maybe I'll have to look at them. I'm sort of a scarf guy though at heart. Ha today it was cold as heck so I just dug my wool scarf back out and was happy again. But maybe a buff would be nice when summer finally arrives. But then again so would the silk scarf!
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    I offen find my wool scarf to bulky. When it is really cold I put up my tube mask (like a buff) over my nose and ears and it protects my face to. Tube mask comes in different lenghts and sizes and materials.

    You can wear it in so many ways.

    You have to go with cool style that fits your expeditions, this camo is in fleece and is probably very warm, to warm for me I use the thin ones in wintertime.



    From http://www.amazon.com/Buff-Polar-Fle...uff+%2B+fleece



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    The great thing about a buff or tube scarf is the versatility of it. Because it serves multiple purposes it makes it a good item to look into IMO.
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    Silk wild rag. The bigger (like 48" X 48") the better...
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