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Sweat-Proof Undershirts


Do you sweat a lot? Do you work in an environment that is hot, humid and uncomfortable?
This may be a solution for you.
Sweat-Proof Undershirts for men and women help keep the sweat away from your body and keep you comfortable. Here are some of the great things about these shirts:


  • Stops excess sweating
  • Stops sweat marks, stains and odors
  • A sweat shield is built under the arm
  • Keeps other garments dry


You can get one for $44.99 or a deal for 5 undershirts for $109.99!


My hubby works in a steel factory. He stands beside a zinc oxide pot that burns at around 1600 degrees. He is always sweating, hot and uncomfortable while working. Not anymore though. Here is what he thought of this undershirt.

Hubby wearing the undershirt.
I really like the feel of this undershirt. It does absorb the sweat and even the heat, plus it allows your skin to breathe. In the extreme heat environment I work in, that is a necessity.
I like the padding under the armpit. It prevents sweat from running down your arm, and we all know how gross that feels. It helps that you really don't notice a pad there at all. Personally, I find it more comfortable.
My only issue is the V-neck. Not my style at all, but thankfully they have other options available on the website.

So there ya have it! A winner, and coming from the hubby, that's a good thing!

5/5


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

  1. I should get a dozen of those for my hubby! He hates V-necks, too.

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  2. These would make good presents for my cousin and my friend. They sweat like crazy.

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  3. These sound great! I have a physical job too and would really appreciate a shirt that keeps me cool and dry.

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