I’m a big fan of t-shirts. I think they look nice with a pair of jeans, come in various colors, and are a perfect complement to any wardrobe for various ages. I love t-shirts so much that I now own several sets of t-shirt sheets for my bed, so that I can feel comfy in comfort and softness whenever I lie down for some shut eye. But enough about my bed sheets. The newest feature in the basic t-shirt is this thing called “wicking.” No, wicking has nothing to do with a candle wick. Instead, it keeps sweat and moisture away from you – while you are wearing the shirt – and that equates to you, the wearer, staying cooler, drier, and – dare I say it – less stinky and smelly. If you are less damp and your body is cooler, that means you’ll feel better even if you are taking a jog on a humid, 90+ degree day. Cooler? Drier? Less smell? I’m sold! Here are some options for you: JERZEES Moisture Management Shirt, Sport-Tek Dry Zone Short Sleeve Raglan T-shirt, and the Sport-Tek Short Sleeve Compression T-shirt. Even if I am not personally wearing these tees, I’ll be so much happier when I have to wash the dirty laundry.