"Disclaimer: I received a Buff USA Original EcoStretch to use and review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!"
I have written on this blog several times before about how much l love Buff products (here, here, here, and here). I've worn several different products for a variety of different uses and adventures. Arm sleeves, hats, neckwarmers, multifunctional headwear, you name it, I've used it.
The latest Buff product I've been able to try out is the Buff Orignal EcoStretch. As you may know, Buff advertises that there are 12+ ways to wear their Multifunctional Headwear. Well, buckle up for this quick story about another way I found to wear mine in a time of dire need.First, let me give you a bit more info about the Original EcoStretch. At its core is a moisture-managing microfiber fabric that is wind resistant, yet breathable. The deets from their website are as follows:
- 95% recycled REPREVE® Performance Microfiber
- 4-way ULTRA-STRETCH
- UPF 50 Sun protection*
- Recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation**
- Multifunctional - 12+ ways to wear
- 100% Seamless
- Moisture-wicking, quick-drying, breathable
- One-size-fits-most adults
|Pre-race. Don't we look absolutely thrilled?! |
I am the lone runner not in a trash bag instead opting for the sleeker plastic poncho.
But don't worry. I've also gotten to wear my EcoStretch on some more fun (and warmer) adventures too. I wore it to climb to the top of Table Rock, a super challenging 8 mile, 2000+ft hike and also on a 14 mile bike tour of Charlotte. And I know I will take it on many more adventures as well.
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