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How to Stop But Sweat aka Swamp Ass

How to Stop But Sweat aka Swamp Ass

Butt sweat aka swamp ass can be annoying. We all get it at one time or another, whether it’s from a tough workout, an intense heatwave or even stress. But no matter what the cause, it’s not fun to sit with a wet bum – especially when you know that your seatmate is waiting for you.

How To Stop But Sweat aka Swamp Ass

There are some common tips that can help you avoid the sweaty bum and keep your butt dry. These include wearing breathable fabrics, drinking plenty of water and eating right.

1. Bring Extra Clothing & Underwear With You:

If you’re always in a rush and don’t have time to change, it’s best to pack an extra pair of pants and a sweat-proof underwear (buy in our shop or on Amazon). Then, you can easily slip them on if things get too icky.

2. Shortlettes are lightweight and moisture-wicking so they dry quickly when you can't bring a change of clothes.

3. Stand Up & Walk Around:

If you’re stuck in a seated position for a long period of time, it’s important to get up and move around a few times each hour. Not only will it allow your bum to breathe, but it will also prevent that oh-so-fun sweaty bum from getting too soaked.


Meet our founder: CarrieRae

Undersummers Shortlettes were created CarrieRae's personal need for comfortable thigh protection when she was working as a teacher. In 2011, her thick thighs rubbed and she needed a comfortable solution.  Pants are blazing hot in the Houston spring/summer months, shorts are not acceptable to wear to work, so she was left with capris and dresses.  Her thighs did not support wearing dresses, thigh chafing was too uncomfortable.  The idea of wearing a breezy dress sounded so comfortable to her, that she created the solution to her problem:  The Original Lace Shortlette®️. She wanted something to wear that was a single layer, the legs stayed put, comfy, and most importantly, pretty.

CarrieRae Munson