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Re: Deodorant causing hardening of sports T-shirts (underam)?

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Re: Deodorant causing hardening of sports T-shirts (underam)?

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T-shirts can cause chaffing and discomfort under the arms though especially if running.
Not if wearing proper sportswear fabrics, at least in my experience.

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Re: Deodorant causing hardening of sports T-shirts (underam)?

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T-shirts can cause chaffing and discomfort under the arms though especially if running.
I guess that depends on both your body build and the tightness of the T-shirt. Loose T-shirts make sense for running if they have sleeves.

Actually the only tight tops for running I've seen tend not to have arms so you may have a point.


I've never experienced that sort of chaffing though, even during long runs.
I did have bleeding nipples a few times though before sticking plasters over the top!
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