River Dee Buffs On Sale Now!!

December 07, 2020

The River Dee Trust Is Proud To Present The Ultimate Accessory This Season. Luxury Eco-Friendly Buffs Which Make The Perfect Christmas Gift.

These highly desirable buffs have been designed by two talented and creative supporters; traditional fabric designer and weaver, Araminta Campbell, and River Dee Trustee and artist, Mel Shand.

Araminta's River Dee tweed design was inspired by the colours of the river at the February opening of the fishing season. The Shepherd's check design has a rich palette of auburn browns with contrasting tealy blues and greens. Mel’s Living River design was created to symbolise the Trust’s Million Trees fundraising campaign and features the native flora of Deeside.

By purchasing one of these buffs you are supporting the valuable work of the River Dee Trust. Everything we do at the Trust centres around caring for our river, its salmon and the wider environment, which is why we have made sure the environmental impact of these buffs is carefully considered.

These buffs are seamless, microfibre tubes, made from 100% recycled materials.

  • Provides UPF50 Sun Protection
  • Moisture-wicking, breathable and windproof
  • Suitable for washing at 30C

Please help model these buffs on Deeside and beyond! The buffs are £15 each and can be purchased from River Dee Trust Store

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