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On hotter days I'll get off the bike only to notice my butt is soaked. How do you go about preventing your pants from looking like you've been sitting in a puddle after longer rides?

I just ordered a Sheepskin Buttpad from Alaska Leather, hoping that may help.
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Don't use a PVC seat for one.
 

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Moisture-wicking underwear (I use Obviously), + Gold Bond or Baby Powder. Worked for me during deployments, as well as on the motorcycle. Another thing you can do is line the bottom of your seat with heat-insulating material (there are a few threads around here on the subject). Or, you can do what I did and drop some $$$ on the Corbin Fire and Ice seat.
 

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I have sheepskin and it works great. Monkey butt powder worked fairly well too, but not as effective as the sheepskin. That's my experience anyway.
 

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I was going to say Alaska Leathers, butt, you already found them. I'm sure the powders work, butt, I haven't needed them.





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Sheepskin...and corn starch....yes, the kind you use to make gravy....but use it on our private parts before riding during extremem summer heat.
 

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+1 for Monkey Butt; butt, if the ride is long enough and the temp hot enough then maybe a change of clothes is in order. Ive never been asked to leave anywhere from having a soggy bottom and the looks you might get are amusing. Just go with it...
 
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