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How to stay cool and look cool

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Here are some ways to look cool when you're hot:
ViewSPORT ($25 and up, viewsport.us): Rather than be embarrassed by sweat, embrace it with these shirts that display hidden messages when you soak through them (either with perspiration or water). Phrases such as "I Am a Beast," "Earn It" and "Be Elite" are admittedly cheesy, but the big reveal is incentive to work harder. Also available in kid styles.
Sheex (starting at $159 for a set, sheex.com): Athletes wear wicking fabrics when they work out, so why not sleep on them, too? A better night's rest can translate to a better game the next day. That's the concept behind the "world's first performance bed sheets," created by a pair of women's basketball coaches in 2007 and available at Bed, Bath and Beyond.
SweatHawg ($20, sweathawg.com): Oregon cyclist John Rahm couldn't keep sweat from dripping into his glasses until last September, when he sewed an absorbent piece of felt to a do-rag and placed his creation inside his helmet. The dry ride convinced him he needed to manufacture and market this cap. Look out for a headband version soon.
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