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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Thompson Tee Sweat Control Giveaway and Back to School Hop

I recently had the chance to try out some interesting new technology in the form of a sweat control t-shirt. You typically don't think of fashion as technology but the fashion industry is doing some interesting things with new fabrics lately and literally embedding tech into clothing like the headphones beanie I recently reviewed. Being a desk jockey, I also typically don't sweat much, but my nine-year old has been getting me off my butt more lately so it has become more of a problem of late where I'm sweating through my shirts more.
If you happen to live a more active lifestyle and have an excessive sweating issue, you need to take a look at the Hydro-Shield Sweatproof Technology from the undershirts offered by Thompson Tee. The shirts don't stop you from sweating. Instead, what they do is prevent the sweat from making its way through your armpits. Specifically, their patented sweatproof barrier completely blocks armpit sweat from passing through, while allowing body heat and perspiration to escape as vapor.
The undershirts are 100% cotton, made in the USA, and tag-less so should look and feel similar to undershirts you are already familiar with. Washing the shirts should be done inside out to make sure the part that you sweat on is cleaned best. They come in original and slim fit styles as well as for men and women.
This Thompson Tee Sweat Control Giveaway is part of the "Oh! The places you'll go!" Back to School Giveaway Hop, hosted by The Kids Did It and The Mommy Island. See the hops listed below the giveaway form and see what else you can win.

And, now for the giveaway, we're giving away two pairs of t-shirts for two winners, winner's choice of style and size. The giveaway is open to US residents only who are 18+. and runs through 11:59pm EDT on 8/10/16. Be sure to come back daily to get the most entries and thus the best chance to win,


Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. All opinions stated are my own and may differ from yours. See my disclosure policy for more information. Java John Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment. Hosts & participating hop bloggers are not responsible for sponsors or self-sponsoring bloggers that do not fulfill prize obligations.

46 comments:

  1. I learned the average person sweats 278 gallons per year, UGH

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  2. I learned that Men on average sweat about 40% more than women. Eww

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  3. The human body has 2 - 4 million sweat glands. I feel them all in this SC heat.

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  4. You get guaranteed protection from wet marks and yellow stains

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  5. That the average person sweats 278 gallons a year

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  6. I learned that the aluminum in antiperspirants is the culprit behind yellow stains.

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  7. I learned the average Pearson sweats 278 gallons a year (or double that if in Mobile, Alabama).

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  8. I didn't know aluminum was the cause of yellow sweat stains. I'm still a little bit doubtful on this. I've seen really old clothes in my grandparents' attic with sweat stains under the arms, and I don't think poor, depression-era farmers wore aluminum based deodorant.

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  9. I learned that Sweat itself is actually odorless.

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  10. I learned that the body contains about 2 to 4 million sweat glands!

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  11. I learned that sweating is the way the body cools itself.

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  12. I learned that men on average sweat about 40% more than women...I knew it!

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  13. The average person sweats around 278 gallons per year.
who knew!

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  14. I was amazed to learn that Thompson Tee's have a patented sweatproof barrier. This barrier completely blocks armpit sweat from passing through, while letting body heat and perspiration escape as vapor.

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  15. Men on average sweat about 40% more than women.

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  16. You sweat about 278 gallons a year.

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  17. I had no idea that the average person sweats around 278 gallons per year! YIKES...and gross huh? haha God bless and good luck everyone!

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  18. The human body has 2 to 4 million sweat glands

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  19. I learned that men sweat 40 percent more than women. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  20. People with the condition hypohidrosis (or anhidrosis) are unable to sweat.

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  21. 35% of people experience at least one weekly sweat event. Amy (Guillaume) Linderman

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  22. ew. 278 gallos of sweaty a year. so gross

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  23. I learned that sweat is odorless!

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  24. I learned that the human body contains about 2 to 4 million sweat glands.

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  25. Theres a lot I did not know but this facts stands out to me..amazing...The human body contains about 2 to 4 million sweat glands.

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  26. Holy Moly! The average person sweats around 278 gallons per year!

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  27. the average person sweats 278 gallons a year

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  28. I learned that The average person sweats around 278 gallons per year.


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  29. I learn that the Aluminum in antiperspirants is the culprit behind yellow stains.

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  30. I learned that men sweat about 40% more than women. I've never heard that before. Interesting.

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  31. I learned that men sweat 40% more than women. Although i am the sweat'er in my household..lol

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  32. I learned that sweat is odorless, but nervous sweat mixed with bacteria on the skin is why I start to stink when I'm nervous...

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  33. One thing I learned about sweat from reading this article, is that sweat itself actually has zero odor to it! And also I learned that if a person is UNable to produce sweat, the condition is called hypohidrosis. These seem like great shirts, thanks so much for the informative article & the giveaway too! :)
    Amandastovall(AT)me(DOT)com

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  34. I learned that sweat actually played a pivotal role in the brain development of early humans.

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  35. I liked the Men's Sweat Proof Hydro-Shield - Original Fit - Deep V-Neck.

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  36. I thought this was true, because it's all I buy & all shirts are clear....Aluminum in antiperspirants is the culprit behind yellow stains.

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  37. I didn't know that sweating is so important to regulate the body’s temperature. I understand that this shirt design helps with avoiding embarrassment due to excessive sweating.

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  38. I learned that "Men on average sweat about 40% more than women." Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  39. The average person sweats around 278 gallons per year.

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  40. i learned that the average human has 2 to 4 million sweat glands.

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  41. I learned that the average person sweats 278 gallons a year. So gross.

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  42. Aluminum is the cause of the yellow stains, from deodorant

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  43. Surprised that humans on average sweat 278 gallons per year. Thats crazy!

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  44. 3 percent of people suffer from excessive sweating

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  45. I learned that People with the condition hypohidrosis (or anhidrosis) are unable to sweat!

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