Chamois Butt’r prevents rubbing when there should be no friction.
Butt cream as it’s commonly referred too, is a personal choice, there is only so much advice we can take from friends when finding the right cream for your butt.
The product is a thick cream that can be applied to the skin or the chamois of your cycling shorts, you should use as much or as little as you like.
Chamois Butt’r washes out of knicks easily in a regular wash and leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth.
Chamois Butt’r can be found in a tub of 235ml or in handy 9ml tubes which can easily be tucked into the back of your jersey for longer rides. After not having done a decent long ride in at least four months and four hours ahead of me on the bike, I threw one 9ml tube in my jersey and applied the cream to my cycling shorts, the first two hours went well and when we stopped for a break I applied the contents of the 9ml tube.
There is enough cream in the 9ml tube to cover the chamois, the last two hours of the ride went well and the product did it’s job, I experienced no chaffing.
If you’re looking for a new butt cream, I’d recommend trying Chamois Butt’r. I especially like the 9ml tubes which can be put into a jersey pocket, for those of you who are into long rides it’s the prefect product.
Chamois Butt’r (from Paceline Products in the US) is imported into Australia by Ride Easy Sports Products and Chamois Butt’r is an official sponsor of the Fly V pro cycling team.