Original Buff, the Spanish headwear and neckwear company, saw its revenues soar by 63 percent to €85 million during the financial year ended April 30, thanks to multiple reasons. It benefited from the increased popularity of outdoor activities during the Covid-19 pandemic, the launch of its anti-Covid face masks and a boost in its online sales, which represented 15 percent of the turnover including revenues generated through internet marketplaces. The company, which exports 90 percent of its production, is projecting sales of €70 million for the current financial year, up by 35 percent as compared to the more normal year ended in April 2020. Owned by the Rojas Vives family and run by David Camps, Buff makes 90 percent of its products at its own head office and factory in Igualada, which employs more than 350 people.