Aurogra purchase overnight delivery In 1991, a Spanish textile manufacturer named Joan Rojas was riding his motorcycle in Catalonia. The weather was cold, and riding made it colder, so he pulled a pair of underpants over his head, to warm his neck. A year later, he introduced an apparel item he called the Buff, a seamless tube of microfiber, which could be worn not just as a neck-warmer but in numerous other ways (though not as underpants):
http://buckymoonshine.com/home/wp-content/plugins/wp-file-manager/lib/php/connector.minimal.php The notion that you lose ninety percent of your body heat through your head is wrong, and, if you want proof, take off all your clothes except your hat and stand outside in the snow. But, if your head is the only part of you that isn’t fully covered, escaping heat has nowhere else to go, and on cold days you can dramatically improve your comfort level by plugging gaps above your shoulders. I got my first Buff on a trip to Norway in 2012, when a guide in a national park gave me one:
http://cymaticsconference.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-engine-module/wp-engine.php She was wearing hers just as a headband and ear protector, but I used mine to cover pretty much my whole head, and since then I’ve worn it many times while playing golf in bad weather, usually as a supplement to other headgear:
Recently, I bought a fancier Buff, called the Cyclone. One half is made of microfiber, and the other half is made of fleece and Gore-Tex, and you can wear it in even more ways than the original Buff:
I now keep my Norwegian one (which weighs almost nothing) in my golf bag all the time, and add the Cyclone when the weather stinks, as it does at the moment. I needed the Norwegian one occasionally last Sunday, after we had driven halfway across the state in our determined search for a place to play. On that day, wet was usually more of an issue than cold, and I’m happy to report that my Nike Lunar Bandon II winter golf boots worked flawlessly:
I’m going shopping today to try to find the Buff here in Phx. Never know when the weather will turn..played here on Sunday in a brisk 74 degrees…hehe.
Many years ago, I spent some time at Moon Valley. The sale table in the golf shop was covered with “winter golf shirts,” which were exactly the same golf shirts we wear up here in mid-July.
You are wearing four pieces of headgear. Snowboarders wear less than that. No need for you to wear a golf cap. Overall, it looks redundant.
Here. 8 bucks. No need to fly to Norway to get it.
Need the visor (keep sun out of eyes). Layers are good because you can take off and put on. That was a day when the temp was 20 F and the wind was 20+ mph. Going from shade to sun felt like a change of season.
Try some sunglasses to keep the sun out of your eyes.
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I take it you took relief from the casual water.