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New Buff Sport-Series MXS Gloves hace arrived!

Monday, September 10, 2012 12:51:51 PM America/Los_Angeles

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Survivor #25 Buff Collection has arrived!

Friday, September 7, 2012 9:31:04 AM America/Los_Angeles

Season #25 Survivor Buff® Collection has arrived early here @ PlanetBuff! This season there are 3 tribes...thus 3 CBS Survivor Buff® designs! Also available at PlanetBuff is a special 3 pack series with an amazing price. Check out the direct link below to this season's Survivor Buff® Collection! As soon as we sell out of this 3 pack special, you can only buy them individually here @ PlanetBuff!

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For 24 seasons Survivor has traveled to the 4 corners of our planet. Treacherous oceans, mysterious jungles and epic islands as Americans from all walks of life fight it out for the million dollar prize. Once again, CBS Survivor is changing things up. This time, three tribes consisting of 5 members each.... will compete against each other while living together on one island. Each tribe will also have 1 past Survivor contestant on their team. The Tandang Tribe(rooster) will have Michael Skupin from Season 2-the Australian Outback on their team. The Kalabaw Tribe(water buffalo) will have Jonathan Penner from past seasons 13(Cook Islands) and season 16(Micronesia). Finally, welcome back Russell Swan from season 19(Somoa) to the Matsing(monkey) tribe. There are tons of internet rumors on what to expect this season from a 3 tribe concept, but no one really knows. Two things we do know here at PlanetBuff. One...the season starts airing on CBS Wednesday September 19th at 9 PM...and two...the best place to buy your Survivor Buff® headwear is right here at PlanetBuff....he planet's largest CBS Survivor Buff® dealer!

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Survivor Buff Headwear for Season #25 Update

Friday, August 31, 2012 2:12:38 PM America/Los_Angeles

Survivor Buff Headwear for Season #25 arrives this Tuesday!

For 24 seasons Survivor has traveled to the 4 corners of our planet. Treacherous oceans, mysterious jungles and epic islands as Americans from all walks of life fight it out for the million dollar prize. Once again, CBS Survivor is changing things up. This time, three tribes consisting of 5 members each.... will compete against each other while living together on one island. Each tribe will also have 1 past Survivor contestant on their team. The Tandang Tribe(rooster) will have Michael Skupin from Season 2-the Australian Outback on their team. The Kalabaw Tribe(water buffalo) will have Jonathan Penner from past seasons 13(Cook Islands) and season 16(Micronesia). Finally, welcome back Russell Swan from season 19(Somoa) to the Matsing(monkey) tribe. There are tons of internet rumors on what to expect this season from a 3 tribe concept, but no one really knows. Two things we do know here at PlanetBuff. One...the season starts airing on CBS Wednesday September 19th at 9 PM...and two...the best place to buy your Survivor Buff® headwear is right here at PlanetBuff....he planet's largest CBS Survivor Buff® dealer!

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Buff 2012 Fall Collection

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 2:09:12 PM America/Los_Angeles

Arriving this Monday August 5th...the 2012/13 Buff Fall/Winter Collection! New releases in many Buff categories such as Polar Buff, Original Buff, Reversible Polar Buff, Merino Wool Buff, National Geographic Buff and more. Buff has also released for the 1st time a Knitted Buff Collection. It is truely a wow!!!!

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Pinterest @ PlanetBuff

Sunday, June 24, 2012 9:15:51 PM America/Los_Angeles

New at PlanetBuff...Pinterest!

Pinterest is a virtual pinboard. Pinterest allows you to organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web.....including your favorite Buff products from PlanetBuff! You can browse pinboards created by other people to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests....or just create your own Pinboards.

We have made this easy here at PlanetBuff. Just click thru to any of our products from any Buff category. Say you are shopping Merino Wool Buff category....and you find a great design that you love. Just click the Pinteret icon and you are done. Its magically in your pinterest account!

You might ask...What is a Pin? A pin is an image added to Pinterest. A pin can be added from any PlanetBuff product, using our bookmarklet. Each pin added using the bookmarklet links back to the site it came from. Give credit where the Pin comes from, as well as a description of why you like this gear item @ PlanetBuff!

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Buff Triple Crown Series

Thursday, May 24, 2012 2:38:27 PM America/Los_Angeles

The Buff® Triple Crown Series consist 3 unique designs reflecting the Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail and the Appalachian Trail. Buff® donates 5% of the proceeds from the sale of this series to three very special organizations that watch over 3 of America's most important natural resources.The Continental Divide Trail Alliance, Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the Pacific Crest Trail Association protect, preserve, promote and insure that these trails and their vast natural beauty can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come. Thru your purchase of any of these 3 unique Buff® designs, you too can help in insuring there is a long tomorrow for three of America's most important crown hiking jewels! Get your new Buf®f just in timing for the summer hiking season!

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FINALE-A MILLION DOLLARS AND A NICE SOUVENIR

Thursday, May 24, 2012 2:29:48 PM America/Los_Angeles

EPISODE 13: THE FINALE

In honor of Survivor's Tarzan, I've decided to wrap things up via poetry style. For the last time this season, my thoughts on Survivor: One World. Survivor: One World, free of Redemption Island, no need for a second or third chance. No returning players and more importantly, no one named Hantz! Back at camp, the women 5 strong, celebrated their beta victory since post merge on. Decisions, decisions, in this stage are truly make or break. Who to sit next to in the end, and who not to take. Kim and Sabrina talk of turning on Chelsea, but are their plans legit? Who will be left out at the final 3? Alicia hopes Chelsea sucks today, hopes things go her way, To win immunity, gloat and shout She'll do anything to get Chelsea out! The women climbed and stumbled, while Jeff watched from afar as he rags, Oops! Alicia just untied someone elses bags! Over the gate, through the maze, and across the net, victory's on everyone's mindset. Coming from behind, much like her gameplay to date, Kim came from behind, winning never felt so great! Alicia and Christina, 2 unpopular goats, did their best to oust Chelsea and get some votes. Their plan was a bust, and Alicia's million dollar dreams went up in dust. What's this I see, are my eyes playing tricks on me? It's the fallen comrades walk, absent from season 22 and 23! Kourtney Moon, joke of many a moons (pun intended), Matt the rooster thought he was playing the best game? How can that be when his game has already ended? Colton the villain did get his dues, even though he caused a fuss, Kim said it best, "...glad your not here." Heck, so are all of us. The women competed in their final balancing act, one of the weirdest designs to date. Christina came so close but lost, she knew she sealed her fate. Jeff was bumpuzzled at Christina's laid back stance, wondered why she wasn't fighting for a chance. Try to stir up drama, paranoia, and maybe some lies, Sorry Jeff, but Christina's vote off is no surprise. Day 39, the final 3 stand, an alliance from day 1, the ladies celebrated in the Samoan sun. All played with dignity, respect, and class, none of them acted out like a- well, you know what. Chelsea took the stand to make her million dollar case, carefully not rubbing it in everybody's face. Kim called herself the poker player, not the most original nickname, but hey, at least it's not "The Dragon Slayer." Sabrina talked about balance, going into One World. Lost her job 2 weeks before the game, losing was not an option for her. Now the jury speaks, those who've been burned the last couple of weeks. Unlike seasons past, there wasn't much bitterness in this cast. Master Jonas spoke up first. Ragged on Sabrina's physical game, told Chelsea she was cute, and wondered why Kim made unlikable Christina the final boot? Tarzan thanked God, used big words, reflections shared from life and won the hearts of the women when he professed his love for his wife. Alicia bragged she was the biggest threat to win the game, oh please, that comment was lame. Troyzan challenged Kim, didn't like her answer. Would it have helped if she called him master? Kat opened her heart, about past and present day. Does she hold a grudge? Surprisingly, the answer is no way! Jeff takes a deep breath. In just a few moments, the guessing will be no more Jeff's about to crown the winner of Survivor 24! One vote Kim, one vote Sabrina, the audience cheers, Two votes Kim, two votes Sabrina, the audience screams like its' New Years. Three, four, five, six, seven (not up), Kim's win is in the book! She outwitted, outplayed, outlasted, she had what it took! What do we have here? A great female player, sans flirting and confessional bashing Now a millionaire, with a nice souvenir! That's a wrap everyone! It's been a lot of fun covering the good, the bad, and the Colton this season! Who will be the returning players for "Survivor: Philippines"? See you this September for the next adventure! Have a great summer everyone and see you in September! Survivor Troy

Posted in Survivor Season #24 By Survivor Troy

Episode 12: Ladies & Gentelman, we have a blindside!

Monday, May 7, 2012 2:03:31 PM America/Los_Angeles

EPISODE 12: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WE HAVE A BLINDSIDE!

It’s that time of the season where emotions are high, tears are shed, and 3G never looked better on mobile phones…the Sprint family challenge! Characters like Tarzan and Christina, who aren’t exactly the most popular with their tribe mates, get a little more sympathy for having a loved one who cares about them. The embraces of the loved ones were typical, with loved ones like Tony “Sprint”-ing for Sabrina with love and enthusiasm. Tarzan looked like he was ready to renew his wedding vows with his wife, and Kat and her cousin, well, was odd to say the least. Jeff needs to lay off on the Survivors’ family members n the challenges. The loved ones don’t need to be subjected to Jeff’s ire and frustrations. Kat’s decision to take Kim and Alicia gave her a short term convenience, but a long term effect she couldn’t shake. It’s not the decision she made that was bad, but the way she handled it by laughing away her troubles and being too carefree made her look arrogant and too selfish (yes, there is such a thing) to take to the end. Kim’s making her end game plans now and wants to make sure there aren’t any other silent threats lurking in the game. Sabrina hasn’t made enemies in the game and could pull a Mother Teresa final tribal council speech, telling the jury she played fair and hard and also strategically when she gave Colton the idol. Kim’s comment on winning every immunity challenge from here on isn’t too farfetched. Her competition is primarily the other women and the only guy isn’t the sharpest when it comes to physical, and most notably, the mental challenges. This weeks’ immunity put Tarzan as the man in the middle, literally, when he hung on for dear life. To no surprise, Tarzan didn’t last too long in the challenge. Production must have wanted to speed up the elimination process to give the women the edge in the game (which they’ve had all season long). The reward gave Kat a high that came off too aggressively in the immunity challenge and she expected too much. Sorry Kat, you can’t have your cake and eat it too. Kat let her emotions show and it wasn’t the best gesture she could have given her competitor. Immaturity has no age limit, and with so many women in control of the game, Kat became expendable. On a side note, I noticed the shot of an island that I saw from the opening shot of the premiere of Heroes Vs. Villains. This is definitely a sign of Samoa fatigue and I can’t wait for a brand new location for the next 2 installments. I never thought I’d say this, but Kat’s blind side means one thing…THE GAME’S A FOOT! The women voting Kat out shows the absolute power mentality they have and how the reasons for voting someone off become pettier. With the finale coming closer and closer, it’s not exactly nail-biting to see someone get voted out strictly for their personality. The women have been strategically hard core when voting the guys out, they let things get personal with their own, a move that can be costly for someone if they don’t know how to butter but a bitter jury member. It’s hard getting voted out of the game, and Kat had a right to be emotional with her vote off. But her being emotional over Tarzan being there over her was a little much. How does she think the guys feel being benched on the jury while she remained in the game? Speaking of the guys, Kat will surely look back and regret not trying to flip the script and join the guys the past couple of weeks. Troyzan’s words of advice were too little too late, and now Kat will have to live with the regret. Just like that, we have a shakeup and Tarzan is back in the game! He’s not exactly going to be hyped up as a hero in the end game. Instead we’ll get more socially awkward and Phillip Sheppard-esque moments, giving us the end game sacrifice players’ dream of having. Kim’s been on a roll this season, and her confession of having to make a difficult decision shows a kink in her armor. There is still a chance the remaining players could grow a brain and start to worry about themselves now that the end is near. But if Kim gets a little more food or drink in her, she can think a little more clearly and rebound. Can Sabrina become the new “dark horse”? Is Kim going on an immunity run? What’s Tarzan wearing?

Posted in Survivor Season #24 By Survivor Troy

Episode 11: Shake Up? Anyone?

Friday, May 4, 2012 11:07:25 AM America/Los_Angeles

EPISODE 11: SHAKE-UP? ANYONE?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: all the challenges involving a pecking order needed to be bumped back to the prior week. Two in a row and the castaways still can’t get it in their heads to take a subtle cue from producers and MIX IT UP!

            What is a poser? I heard it in Panama: Exile Island when Courtney got the unfortunate honors. I went to urbandictionary.com and found this answer: a person who attempts to blend into a specific social group. Courtney was more of a poser than Troyzan, who deserves the title of pariah, but that doesn’t change his bottom feeder status. This challenge is sure to give a castaway a therapy session or two after all is said and done. Why rub salt in the wound when someone’s already realizing they’re on the outs?

            Give Kim a little bit of food and her mind is re-energized and ready to plot, scheme, and do so major damage control. I guess 7-Up isn’t that special after all.

            Personally, I cringe when fans support the idea of throwing a challenge to avoid putting yourself in danger, but this week it might not have been a bad idea to do that. Taking a bosom buddy that you’re already connected with and has good rapport with can draw sure jealousy amongst tribe mates. Taking someone other than a partner can be disastrous, just like when Ian decided to choose Tom over Katie to go on the reward in Palau.

            Yikes Troyzan! Subtlety does go a long way and it would have been good to use it on Kat, not bluntness! Kat might not smell the coffee like he wants, but making her feel bad and insulting her intelligence is the worst thing he did to his game this week.

            The girls’ chasing the pig around camp was pure comedy. Now where are the strong guys when they need them?  

            It was the moment Probst was waiting to shout out: “The Battle of the Zans!” I’d bet my Buff collection he was thinking about this moment in casting. Where was Tarzan’s jungle roar this week? It was his moment of glory and everyone was happy for him (more so for beating Troyzan).

            Last week Troyzan was the sore winner, and this week he’s the sore loser. Shame on Troyzan! Tarzan beat him fair and square and the only he has to blame is himself. I wonder how Troyzan would have reacted if a woman were to beat him in the challenge.

            Kat learned the meaning of the term you snooze you lose when she looked over just for a second and lost out in the second round. Maybe Kat was trying to cheat (an occurring theme from the women this season), but it backfired on her.

            Just when I forgot my dislike for Alicia, it came roaring back with a vengeance this week. I’d hate to be one of her students watching the show, knowing that she thinks her students are all dumbasses.

            Kim cakewalks another challenge and grabs immunity on top of a practically surrendered reward. The politics of this tribe is like a high school prom where everyone is just happy to be there and possibly be runner-up. Does winning a million dollars scare everyone? Can they not count that high (I’m pretty sure Kat’s a smart bet)?

            Probst was so eager for a shift in power this week, I could see him want to grab a Buff and join the game as a player himself and say, “What are you waiting for guys?!”

            Troyzan’s plan to psyche out the women with his faux idol didn’t help. What should he expect? Women know how to play mind games better than anyone and they knew a dud plan from a million miles away. It would have been great if Troyzan pulled out a coffee bag and handed it over to Kat telling her to, well, you know. I’ll take Troyzan’s coffee quote any day over Tarzan’s game’s a foot comment (which we thankfully escaped this week).

            If Kat doesn’t want to be considered a follower, she’s got to strike out and make a move. But breaking up the all women loyalty doesn’t look so appealing to the jury, so why would the players in the minority make that move, even if it is in her best interests to improve her odds.   

            Troyzan’s already voted out of the game, but that still doesn’t stop him from giving a death stare to his former tribe mates. Wow! After all his time in the game, Troyzan learned how to be subtle with his aggressive side to the women. Too bad it’s too little too late.   

            Another man down this week, and I can’t say the last man standing is one to root for. If Tarzan wins, good for him, but I’d rather be put out of my misery next week to just let the men’s tribe rest in pieces (and to serve as a reminder for future players how NOT to play the game). Unless Tarzan has a surprising confessional revealing this whole season he’s been playing a character, Tarzan’s been dragged along. His only strength at the merge is ironically his weak social game, but no Tarzan-isms will save him now.

            Next week it’s the Sprint family reward challenge where every tender moment will be interrupted by one of the show’s best sponsors. If this season isn’t doing anything for you, don’t forget the Ponderosa webisodes on cbs.com where the guys reunite every week and realize how duped they’ve all been every week.  

 

            Can the women keep their emotions together?

            Will Tarzan win the immunity challenge?

Is next week a cat fight, or a Kat fight?

           

Posted in Survivor Season #24 By Survivor Troy

Episode 10: You don't mess with the Troyzan!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 8:47:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

EPISODE 10: YOU DON’T MESS WITH THE TROYZAN!

Troy knows his number is up and that things with the tribe are about to get a little awkward. Living at the camp with all the women who have turned on you is hard. But having to still live with them is like breaking up and living with several ex-girlfriends, and a kooky relative (Tarzan) to boot. To make matters worse, the women tell Troyzan the one thing you don’t tell a guy: MAN UP! It’s a tough pill to swallow, but if Troyzan wants to stay in the game, he needs to heed the advice of his tribe. There’s one word in “Survivor” that shouldn’t be used, and the word is: deserving. I don’t care who deserves to be in the game more, and it’s a pathetic strategy the players in the minority use time and again, and all it does is cause a bigger rift in the tribe. Maybe the general viewing audience will care if the deserving player gets voted out, but that’s why there’s “America’s Favorite Player.” If Troyzan keeps his negative attitude going, he won’t be getting many votes for this award. He’s not getting mine. “Survivor” took another cue from “National Geographic” this week with an army of ants carrying away a scorpion. It would have been cool if it was a bunch of spiders eating some flies, but that’s wishful thinking. This weeks’ reward challenge…Survivor Auction, where everyone’s a winner! Well, almost everyone. Where else can someone get coffee and donuts for $160 (aside from Starbucks)? Kim got the best deal with her shower and chocolate and peanut butter. Kim reminds me of a certain winner from the Amazon who wasn’t afraid to show her stuff and get away with the win. Hopefully Kat counted her money before giving it to Jeff. More importantly, I hope Kat has her sales job after this episode. Sorry Tarzan, but I don’t think the money they give in the auction is real. In this economy, don’t expect a bonus from producers, only your stipend earned from your time on the show. “Survivor” has been filming back-to-back locations for a few years now, and producers will make any cutbacks necessary. Right on cue: advantage in the next immunity challenge for Troyzan! I’m all for an underdog, but helping him increase his odds in the next challenge is ridiculous. After all, isn’t an underdog supposed to beat the odds, not get a free pass? Troyzan’s aggressiveness worked this week when he looked for another (possibly) hidden immunity idol. If he can get everyone afraid of what’s to come and make everyone tired during the idol hunt, then it’s not a loss if he doesn’t find one. If Troyzan can’t find an idol in the coming weeks, he needs to whip out some arts and crafts skills and plant some red herring idols. Finally, the match we’ve all been waiting for: TARZAN VS. TROYZAN! One of the few times this season is the tribe rooting for its brash and slightly odd plastic surgeon for a win. Not to take anything away from Troyzan’s win, but using the second chance challenges was a bit of a cake walk for the jungle man. I’m happy as a viewer for Troyzan’s win, but there is such a thing as being a sore winner. Even Tarzan couldn’t help but stop and caution Troyzan. There’s something wrong when Tarzan is giving advice on someone else’s social game. Plan PB (for point blank) was a nice try, but too little too late. Even if his plan were to work, no one wants to be aligned with an explosive personality (it rubs juries the wrong way). There is such a thing as too little too late in the game, and trying to plan big when there aren’t many people left shows desperation, and a lack of relationships with the other players. Well Troyzan, at least you’ve got Probst as a member of your fan club. But his gushing and support are only going to cement the lid on your coffin which is going to slam shut once you lose immunity. Troyzan’s only hope for a long term strategy crumbled quickly this episode, and he’ll only have the male jury vote to count on for the win. If he does make it to the end with 2 other women, he’ll have 5 men on the jury to count on, but having gender support on the jury isn’t a guaranteed win. Look at Matthew from Amazon, Twila from Vanuatu, Danielle from Panama. On paper, all these players had the gender card working for them, but when it came to the final vote; their social games didn’t result in a win. If Tarzan’s voting pattern holds up, he’ll vote with the women (big surprise). Leif leaves the game (who was he again?), and now the only 2 guys left in the game are the 2 Tarzan wannabes. The producers wanted to cast these 2 as rival adversaries looking for an epic showdown, and it looks like next week we’ll get it! Is there another hidden idol in the game? Will Troyzan be able to keep his streak alive? Can the bottom feeders come together and overthrow Kim?

Posted in Survivor Season #24 By Survivor Troy

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