A little over two weeks ago, U of A Coach Sean Miller was a sweaty mess during the NCAA Tournament.
The pic went viral and brands across the country seized the opportunity, and sent Sean some new shirts.
Two undershirt brands sent Sean new undershirts, and other brands sent him five different types of new dress-shirts.
Sean took note, stating that he had not tested that shirt before, and wasn’t prepared for the massive sweat-through.
Tug’s Advice To Sean Miller
- Wear a light weight undershirt. It will protect your shirt from sweat-through, without making you warm
- If you’re wearing a tie, wear a crew neck undershirt to avoid seeing the collar line
- When wearing light colored dress shirts, try a neutral colored (invisible) undershirt to avoid seeing the outline of the undershirt. Though I have seen cases where white undershirts showed through less, so do a quick test with a couple different colored undershirts to see which one is least visible
- In place of traditional cotton dress shirt that can get wet and take a while to dry, replace it with a performance dress shirt made with wicking material like Mizzen+Main or Ministry of Supply. You’ll still sweat through the fabric, but it’ll dry faster
- Need coverage for your arms? Try a long sleeve undershirt, or a short sleeve undershirt coupled with colored arm sleeves (like tattoo cover sleeves)
- To mitigate any sweat-through, check out sweat-through resistant shirts, like Smartweave
- When all else fails, wear darker colored dress shirts so that the sweat is not a visible
Do you have any additional advice for Sean? Go ahead and post it in the comments below.
Category: Sweat Management