Here’s a question from a reader who was curious about what options there may be available in sweat-through proof shirts:
I am searching for some good business shirts rather than just under shirts.
I like the Sutran product and what they advertise online but I am not sure how they really work and worried about size issues(they do not accept returns based on size issues).
Have you ever tried their clothes or undershirts yourself, and any advice on the size thing? (online statements from others complain about how small the sutran products run even after proper measurements, one person also said the seams were pretty weak and the whole shirt felt heavy when sweating??)
If you know of any US products that work like Sutran that would be great too. I have tried Thompson Tees but they feel so wet even through they do a good job of keeping the outer garment dry.
i have tried the sutran undershirts not too long after they came out. here is an article with some of my initial thoughts:
the undershirts i tried are thicker, but that’s due to the two layers of fabric, in addition to a thin membrane that is in the middle. if you search my site for “sutran“, you’ll see some articles and within some of those articles there are comment threads that have feedback from other people.
the undershirts do fit true to size, though they are slightly shorter than i’m used to. i can’t speak to their other products, but the medium sized undershirt i received did fit fairly well.
as for other companies that make regular clothing for hyperhidrosis, the only two that i know of off-hand are:
- kleinerts (united states) – they make sweat-through resistant/proof undershirts and polos. they also offer a really strong antiperspirant
- freshmaxshirts (uk) – they make dress shirts with SmartWeave fabric that don’t show sweat marks (i haven’t heard anything about their product, but i know they exist)
have you ever tried using an extra strength antiperspirant like kleinerts dry body wipes or sweatblock??
maybe if you used something like that on your underarm area, coupled with a sweat-through resistant undershirt, might be the right combination of product to keep you feeling a bit more comfortable??
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