The LD Comfort wicking materials (and by now maybe a few other brands) are really amazing in that they are actually two layers. The layer next to the skin wicks moisture away from the skin, while the outer layer retains the water. My skin stays dry, not moist and clammy. Also, when we say to wet the LD Comfort, it is just wet, not dripping with water. My LD Comfort can be saturated, but still not dripping water. I can walk in and sit down to eat and most would never know that my shirt was wet.Alright, serious question. I understand the techniques many of you employ to stay cool. But what do you do when it’s time to stop; let’s say for a bite of lunch? You’ve soaked your base layers under your jacket so do you just walk in wet, change shirts before entering, place a dry shirt over the wet base? Really, how do you manage it?