We’ve talked about moisture wicking undershirts and athletic gear a good amount here, but it never occurred to me that folks could benefit from moisture wicking sheets too.
Alli Truttmann, creator of Wicked Sheets, is an athlete who suffers from night sweats.
The concept of Wicked Sheets originated out of the desire to experience a dry, cool and comfortable night’s sleep. By applying the same fabric technology found in athletic apparel to sheets, Wicked Sheets was born.
Here’s a blurb from the company FAQ:
Will My Sheets Be Wet if I Have Night Sweats?
Wicked Sheets are different than the traditional cotton sheets; they wick away moisture from your body, but don’t soak into the sheets. Wicked Sheets technical fabric keep you and your bed dry if you’re suffering from night sweats.
So, if the sheets don’t absorb the moisture/sweat, does it go into the mattress or your comforter/bedspread? Where else does it have to go?
Interesting concept, but I’d be curious if anyone has tried them.
Category: Sweat Management