I've been really pleased with this stuff. It has a nice creamy texture and the cooling menthol sensation is subtle, not overwhelming. I also like that it comes in a tub, which should be nice for getting use of every last bit of it.
I am a big DZ Nuts fan. I could use a little of that and it felt good on my skin. I began to use Eurostyle on the trainer indoors and on relatively short rises (less than 2 hours) out doors. Any longer and I should reapply it. DZ seemed to last longer. But I started to use a little more Eurostyle and could stretch it out to 4 hours. It is a little less expensive (usually) than DZ and (sometimes) easier to get. Both are certainly a step up from the Nashbar generic chamois cream (and there is nothing wrong with theirs, I used it alone for a long time). Feeling bathed in butter is not for everyone but the Eurostyle really seems to hold up in the heat and rain. It is now what I use most of the time indoors and out. I have never done more than 350 miles in a week and my longest rides are usually just over 60 miles. I use a thin Cobb saddle and the other two varieties have left me with hot spots at times, not this stuff (so far).
I buy this for my wife and occasionally use it before a big effort, such as 6-7 hours in the saddle. It's much better in the tub than in the tubes because you can get it out much more easily. Using the tubes, one probably looses 20% of the product.
I've gone through several different products in this genre, and I keep coming back to PaceLine Eurostyle. It seems to have the right amount of no-chafe, as well as a pleasant and warming, but not frightening, tingly effect. If I'm on the trainer and ride for an hour or less, and the have to go to work, there is a subtle reminder of the fun that is riding.
I use another brand of chamois creme regularly but am always looking for a good deal. The euro style of this well known product is a home run. It has a menthol addition that cools and slightly numbs initially. The price is lower than the bigger name but the benefits are equal
It's ok but I'm going back to regular Chamois Butt'r. While Eurostyle thicker to start with, not convinced it lasts any longer than Chamois Butt'r. I carry the single packets of Chamois Butt'r for rides longer than 25 miles in the summer. The kicker is, I don't care for the witch hazel and menthol tingle in the Eurostyle. Menthol is a mildly toxic substance and is not good for the human body. Why put it in a chamois cream?
This is one of the best chamois creams I have used. Very subtle scent and mild heating effect. It is easy to use and the the wide mouth jar lets you use it all (none stays caught in a squeeze tube). Does the job well.
I've been using this product for years. Primarily on long days in the saddle like Levi's Gran Fondo. Get yourself the best pair of bib shorts you can afford, and some Paceline Eurostyle Chamois Butt'r and your backside will be happy all day long. It's has a nice cooling effect when you first apply it, but once you're out riding you don't even notice it, which is exactly what you want. It goes on easy and doesn't harm your clothing. Apply as little or as much as you want for extra comfort on those long days.
I settled on this product long ago and it's worked very,very well for many years. I rode 8,000 miles last year and had almost no saddle sore issues. A lot of that was in 90-100 degree heat.
It seems to wash out of my shorts very well too, which is important.
I always stock up when it goes on sale!
I enjoy long rides (62-100 miles per ride) and therefore have a need for Chamois Butt'r. Paceline's is extremely soothing and brings me back to a comfort level for the next days ride. I'm glad I found a product that works for me.
I've tried a few and this one is my favorite. the viscosity and weight of this stuff makes it easy to use and it stays with you over several hours in the saddle, unlike some brands which are too thin. The euro style cooling components are there but not too strong which I like. And finally you get lots for the price - good stuff!