What about feet?
I'm likely not the only one whose feet perspire differently from the rest of his/her body, so the treatment may need to be different.
I know they sweat,from the unsuitability of the popular and vapor-impermeable rubber "Crocs" for mine, the ones with thin fleece within the rubber shoe shell. Not surprised from distant similar experience, but I had to give Crocs a try because I got them as a gift from someone eager for me to appreciate them.
Just sitting around indoors, the fact that my feet had sweat-loaded the fleece was apparent from the evaporative cooling from the thin socks I was also wearing any time I slipped out of the Crocs, as well, of course, as from the damp of the shoe liner.
So, do any regular users of VBs have to make an exception for their feet? BillyBob?