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    https://youtu.be/ewVEK-AElDY

    Been wearing a Buff for years now as 2xl Hats were so difficult to find or expensive that it became exasperating. They have UV Buffs as well now. I still wear Hats occasionally but Buffs much more frequently.
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    Yes the buff is one of my fav do rags, my wife is still crying over losing one we got at the 105th Harley anniversary up in Milwaukee that was white POW/MIA version ,but haven't been able to get another like it. They are about the best riding rag I've found. Tc
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    Gentlemen I ended up ordering a straw pork pie hat Belfry Straw Jazz - Classic Straw Pork Pie Hat in the tobacco color. Should make for a nice summer hat and offer some protection from the sun.
    other than that a bandanna and or NO-AD kids sunblock is going to be my go to. This stuff doesn't run into your eye's as soon as you start to sweat and make you want to rip your eyeballs out, and most importantly keeps me from getting sun burn, and it comes in an aerosol spray can - so until I find something better...
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    My work keeps me outside most of the day whether the temp is -15F or 105F. Personally, I protect my "nuggets" and my noggin in different ways.

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    I can imagine Buff is awesome. I knitted one this winter, not knowing that the actual product existed, and it worked great for a number of applications. I may buy an actual Buff for the warmer months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CZMark View Post
    My work keeps me outside most of the day whether the temp is -15F or 105F. Personally, I protect my "nuggets" and my noggin in different ways.

    Well that's a whole other subject....LOL
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    Can't remember where I saw it but recently watched a Consumer Reports bit about Sunblock and how the majority may not be even providing half the SPF that they advertise. Interesting stuff and they listed the Good at the end and it was not obvious Big Names.

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