It was just necessary to explain to somebody in English why I am not wearing the team shirt of my national team although they play this evening. I don’t want to wear it right now, because the weather is quite hot outside. If I did, it would be full of sweat this evening and smelling. I will put it on later.
Is there a single verb in English which could be used in this context? In German I could just say:
Ich will das Trikot nicht vollschwitzen.
and vollschwitzen means to make some clothes full of sweat over time, which implies it will smell bad. Is there a similar verb in English, so that I could just say something like:
I don’t want to ... my team shirt.
Maybe a colloquial one? If there isn’t, how could I say this more elegant / in a shorter way?