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Chamois ButtR 8oz Tube

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Chamois Butt'r was designed by a cyclist as a non-greasy skin lubricant, and a conditioner for synthetic or leather chamois. Chamois Butt'r improves riding comfort immediately by lubricating your skin, and will soothe and soften already chafed or irritated skin. 8oz

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Works!
by 10kman
Competitive Racer
PA

Tried this on a whim just to know if I have a viable option from my tried and true. It's not as paste-like as Assos is, it's more of an actual creamlotion. Goes on easy, a little goes a long way. I think for rides approaching 3 hours (and beyond), it seems to not be as effective, but honestly sweating and rubbing skin for 3 hours is a lot to ask of any skin lubricant. Just noting. They do sell a travel packet size you can throw in your jersey pocket, for reapplication (I don't, but it's an option). This seems to do about the same as the Buttonhole does, Assos is still my go-to, but the price makes me keep looking for an alternative.

Can't go wrong with this one though, it works fine.

Reviewed 4/26/2019
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Paceline Buttr
by Anonymous

Love this Buttr keeps from chaffing

Reviewed 4/26/2019
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Can't believe I rode WITHOUT this, ever
by Ryman1108
Competitive Racer
Des Moines, IA
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I figure there are 2 audiences taking the time to read a review of this kind of product 1) those who've never used a chamois cream and are wondering if it's something to try, and 2) those who've tried numerous creams and are still looking for the best.

For audience 1, the answer is YES, you've got to be using this stuff, and Chamois Butt'R is an outstanding option. Works fine by itself, but I often go with a thin layer of Aquaphor or Vaseline on the more tender parts of the male anatomy plus right where the inner thigh hits the groin and then go with this product mainly where the directions suggest putting it (immediately posterior to those tender parts). For context, I only ride a triathlon bike, so positioning and pressure points may differ from your riding situation. Of course after a couple hours of intense sweating on the trainer or on a humid day, Chamois Butt'R will need to be reapplied. Their little one-use packs are like magic about halfway through an Ironman bike leg.

Then, for the 2nd audience, I admit I have a limited chamois cream repertoire I've only used this product and their Eurostyle version over the past 15 yrs. The Eurostyle gives a significant cooling effect down there, much more than I'm comfortable with. With that stuff, you're feeling mentholly down below for quite some time, and then when you shower, it comes back to hit you with an open hand of minty-ness. No thank you-a fresh feeling is good, but for me, ice is not nice down there. Stick to this original Chamois Butt'R-you won't regret it.

Certainly, I wish it didn't cost so much, but for the protection it provides, I'd be willing to pay significantly more.

Reviewed 5/5/2017
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Really works - for women too!
by damselfly
Competitive Racer
Santa Fe, NM

I have tried a number of different chamois creams for both men and women and Paceline is the best. I especially need to use chamois cream in the summer due to high moisture build-up and Paceline is the only product that works for me and I can count on it to keep me comfortable during rides as long as 4 hours. The women's version doesn't work nearly as well for me.

Reviewed 10/26/2018
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Really works - for women too!
by damselfly
Competitive Racer
Santa Fe, NM

I have tried a number of different chamois creams for both men and women and Paceline is the best. I especially need to use chamois cream in the summer due to high moisture build-up and Paceline is the only product that works for me and I can count on it to keep me comfortable during rides as long as 4 hours. The women's version doesn't work nearly as well for me.

Reviewed 10/26/2018
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Works
by Chuck
SeattleTacoma

I bought two different products for my skin and shorts. I have used both and both worked great. What I particularly like about this tube, instead of the jar for the other, is I can throw this in my backpack hydration pack and it takes little space and works very well

Reviewed 3/1/2019
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Must have for long rides
by DanS
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Angeles, CA

Keeps the saddle sores at bay and makes for a smooth, soft chamois. Can't ride without it.

Reviewed 10/4/2018
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It's the lube-iest, I can't imagine riding without it
by TriGuyRy
Competitive Racer
Des Moines, IA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

For any more than 20 minutes in the saddle, I can't imagine riding without Chamois ButtR. Pretty long lasting, though if it's a really sweaty day, I do like to reapply every 90 mins or so. The individual packs work well for that. Has a nice lotion consistency as isn't greasy. I like to apply a thin base of Eucerin healing ointment before applying Chamois ButtR if it's going to be a long day in the saddle, especially since I'm usually wearing triathlon shorts with pretty thin chamois.

With that one-two punch for protection, your undercarriage will be bulletproof...or at least saddle-sore free.

Reviewed 8/28/2018
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Don't do a long ride without it!
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

I have been using Paceline Chamois Buttr for years. It is a part of my riding gear and won't do a long ride without it.

Reviewed 12/26/2018
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Have used it for years and it works great.
by Bernice
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA

The larger tube is a great value compared to the individual serving packets. I put a small quantity, enough for one ride, in a little reusable plastic jar that I carry with me on each ride.

Reviewed 12/17/2018
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A True Necessity
by Anonymous
Mission Viejo

Got to have it, especially in long rides.

Reviewed 12/13/2018
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Good for short rides Doesn't last as well as other products.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Pacific NW
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Chamois creme really makes a difference to how well I feel after a ride, whether it be 30 miles or 200 miles. Every time I do a ride of more than 20 miles or so without using some form of creme, I can feel the imitation on my skin. I enjoy long rides and tours with 7 days or more of continuous cycling, so a good chamois creme really makes a difference.

The Paceline creme is way better than no creme at all, but there are better alternatives. This is a good value product and I wouldn't hesitate to use it for a 50 mile ride. But it does tend to lose effectiveness during longer rides.

If I'm doing a really long ride (100 miles or more) or many days of 50 mile rides, I will choose another product. My favorite these days is DZ Nuts, but I think the Assos Chamois Creme is also pretty good.

Reviewed 9/1/2014
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Good stuff. Makes the rides morr enjoyable.
by Anonymous
Southern California.

I use it on most of my rides. Works well in all weather and distances.

Reviewed 9/14/2018
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Works well at a much better price point
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa Rosa, CA

Long road rides with lots of climbing. Works as well as the high priced spread at half the cost. What's not to like

Reviewed 7/30/2017
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simply the best
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
New York, NY

I tried many different chamois creams, PaceLine is simply the best. It's odorless and works well over long distances as well as in wet and dry conditions.

Reviewed 8/27/2018
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A necessity!
by Fuelfool
Competitive Racer
Blue Ridge Mountains, NC

Through nearly thirty of riding and racing I have tried several different brands of chamois cream, and both my wife and I keep coming back to this one on the basis of performance and value. There are other way cheaper brands out there but which don't hold up. And there are other crazy-expensive brands that perform no better. When you can catch a sale on this stuff, it's a pretty good deal on a good product.

Reviewed 6/19/2017
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It is simply the best and most affordable chamois cream in the market.
by timgray70
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR.

I use this product on every ride and I log 5000 miles annually.

Reviewed 6/22/2017
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You will regret not using this often enough.
by Al
Daily Commuter
Portland, OR

It works. Good preemptive cream to keep things working well but can wear off on longer rides and inadequate to deal with developing situations. However, for the money this is the best comfort & prevention you can buy. A tube lasts a surprisingly long time.

Reviewed 8/13/2018
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A must have for a long ride
by Gregory
Cycling Enthusiast
Minnesota

like everything about this product

Reviewed 7/12/2018
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A must for long bike rides!
by Greg
Cycling Enthusiast
Olympia, WA

Excellent soothing and healing lotion. Almost instantly reduces inflammation and chapping from those long bike rides.

Reviewed 7/12/2018
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