Designed for wind protection cyclone buff is ideal for activities where speed or wind are key e.g. motorcycling, skiing, snowmobiling... cyclone buff is the ultimate in protection from cold, wind, rain and snow combining a double layer of polyester microfibre with a Gore-Tex Windstopper fleece fabric. Totally windproof, highly breathable with an elastic section for comfort and fit. It can be worn as a neckerchief, mask, balaclava, saharaine or beanie.
Buff Cyclone Features:
Material: 100% Polyester Microfibre plus Gore-Tex Windstopper
Weight: 82 g
Dimensions: 52.6 x 24.9 cm
Sizing: One Size fits most adults and teenagers
Easy Care: Machine washable. Non iron. A Buff won’t lose its elasticity
Colours: Buff headwear won’t fade
Buy Buff Cyclone from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JFCoder Великолепный функционал
Очень приятный buff, брал для катания на сноуборде
11 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous A little expensive, but a good product. 5 stars for the quality/usability and 3 stars for the price.
19 February 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Хороший товар
Шарф трансформирующийся в намордник,несколько видов шапок,пару вариантов Балаклавы и др. Не холодно в -20.Хорошо защищает от ветра.Удобно в применении.
Как Балаклава -одной стороной более холодная версия,другой более теплая.Намокает
от дыхания,но быстро сохнет.Цвет умеренный-не броский.
02 March 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Great!
How did I survive without it? ;)
Been using "standard" Buff's for long, but when it gets cold I always get really cold around the neck even though using the standard Buff folded duble, just gets through too much wind.
The Buff Cyclone cured all that, with it's Windstopper fabric in the lower part.
It's great, so adjustable; there are so many ways you can wear it. And it's long aswell, so even if you want to pull the Windstopper part up above your mouth or nose, it'll still keep well below your jackets collar.
Been using it down to -18 degrees Celsius so far.
10 January 2011