Buff warning as temperatures soar
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As temperatures soar into the high nineties in Florida, headwear manufacturer BUFF is sending out a timely reminder at ICAST of the importance of serious sun protection while fishing.
Whether you have long hair, short hair or no hair, the Californian company aims to provide the appropriate product among its multifunctional range of seamless, tubular headwear.
BUFF helped pioneer the category 25 years ago and is once again exhibiting at the Orlando trade show with a full selection of new gear for 2018.
These include UV Headwear, featuring 34 new patterns; the Bug Slinger, eight new patterns from artist and fly fisher Rob McAbee; UV XL, a more relaxed fit in nine new patterns; Junior UV, four new patterns for younger anglers; and UV Insect Shield, an eight-pattern line-up also available in larger versions.
BUFF was founded in 1991 in Spain, while BUFF Inc. is located in Santa Rosa.