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What exactly was Martin Kaymer wearing?
March 7, 2011

Is it a snood? Is it a scarf? What exactly does Martin Kaymer have wrapped around his neck?

Any outdoor enthusiast worth their salt could have confirmed the item in question was Buff® headwear. Since footballers started wearing 'snoods’, neckwear has been making the sports headlines.

This weekend the new world number one golfer, Martin Kaymer, had the golfing world speculating when he was spotted wearing 'unidentified neckwear’ at the World Golf Championship Accenture match in Arizona.

Buff® headwear is not just a fashion statement - it has many technical benefits and this particular product, sported by Martin Kaymer, is a High UV Protection Buff® which offers at 93% UV protection for the head and neck as well as wind resistance and breathability. High UV Protection Buff® is made using Coolmax® Extreme which offers faster wicking and moisture absorption for ultimate wearer comfort, making it ideal for hot or cold weather (as Martin would have found out in the snow).

Invented almost 20 years ago, Buff® technical and multifunctional headwear is THE original tubular garment designed for sports enthusiasts which can be worn in a multitude of ways; as a scarf, balaclava, foulard, mask, neckerchief, pirate, saharaine, hairband, wristband, diadem or headband or on the head as a beanie. Buff® headwear is an essential must-have accessory for any outdoor activity be it skiing, mountain biking, hiking, fishing or golf.

The Buff® Multifunctional Headwear range includes thermal, windproof and high visibility products.

Buff® Multifunctional Headwear can be found at all good outdoor retailers or online - www.buffwear.co.uk.

The 'How to wear’ demo video can be seen here: http://www.buffwear.co.uk/link-to-videos.htm








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