/ Fix this Mountain Equipment shirt

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zimpara - on 18 Oct 2016
I just got a ME commited crew long sleeve, not cheap! And I can be absolutely rattling in the cold and wind, yet have sweaty pits. Wtf?
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Dave Perry - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

Please explain how you expect the manufacture to stop your 'sweaty pits'? Or is there some hidden code behind your post I don't understand?
GHawksworth on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

Antiperspirant
zimpara - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

It's the only top that does it. Even if I have a jacket on another shirt!
galpinos on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

Cut the fabric out of the pits. Job done.
top cat - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

ME cut is always tight under the arms [well, for me anyway]. I've stopped buying their jackets for this reason, which is a bummer 'cos some of their designs are quite desirable!

Dave Perry - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

It won't matter what shirt you buy. If you sweat you'll get wet arm pits and if the garment you paid excessive money for is made of an absorbent material it is a simple matter of physics that it will absorb moisture.

Its no big deal.
bouldery bits - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

Use some sort of armpit vapour barrier liner?
tspoon1981 on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to bouldery bits:

Cheap at twice the price.

http://www.sweatguard.co.uk/armpits.asp

Or bottox
JayPee630 - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara:

<facepalm>
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wbo - on 18 Oct 2016
In reply to zimpara: If you get yourself a nice tank top you'll be sorted as your armpits won't be anomalously warm, and you'll be equally sweaty all over

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