Reddit Reddit reviews Chamois Butt'r Original Anti-Chafe Cream, 8 oz tube

We found 25 Reddit comments about Chamois Butt'r Original Anti-Chafe Cream, 8 oz tube. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Chamois Butt'r Original Anti-Chafe Cream, 8 oz tube
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25 Reddit comments about Chamois Butt'r Original Anti-Chafe Cream, 8 oz tube:

u/mattjeast · 9 pointsr/Astros

> I'm sore in places that I didn't know you could be sore

Sore gooch, eh? Been there. When I first got into cycling, I didn't have a decent pair of biker shorts and didn't comprehend sitting on the bike for 2-3 hours straight plus the associated friction. Words of advice (in addition to a decent pair of bike shorts): butt cream.

u/ganymede_boy · 5 pointsr/bicycling

Trim if you must, but not too short or you'll itch.

For soreness, check your bike fit and seat height/position.

For longer rides, use a butt balm such as this one.

u/ryaninwi · 5 pointsr/bicycling

I've used Chamois Butt'r and DZ Nuts and liked them both, but the Chamois Butt'r was more cost effective (I purcahsed the DZ Nuts on clearance, so it was cost effective that one time), so that's what I've stuck with since it does the job. I'm sure others will comment on what brand they use as well, perhaps there is an even more cost effective option out there.

u/JTW158 · 4 pointsr/loseit

I use Chamois Butter It is designed for biking but it works well for hiking or other exercise too. It is a thick cream, similar but thicker to hand moisturizer.

They have a version for women but I don't know what the difference is.

u/lonelylikeyou · 3 pointsr/bicycling
u/vermilionweirdo · 3 pointsr/running
u/SkyShadow · 3 pointsr/bicycling

This stuff is the best:

Also, if touring or riding all day, use a baby wipe to clean everything out down there if it is hot or you deuce then reapply the Chamois Buttr, or as my riding buddy says: the "Butt Lube."

After that it's just conditioning the sit-bones.

Rashes will make something that can be so fun, so miserable.

u/nombski · 3 pointsr/Weakpots

OOH. You ever use chamois butter? You basically use it to grease up your taint/nipples/whatever might chafe for running/biking/paddling etc. There are quite a few creams that work like this, butt this one is one of my favorites. It's a game changer!

u/Marsandtherealgirl · 3 pointsr/LushCosmetics

There are probably a lot more cyclists than you think. Especially in major cities like NYC where lush is huge.

I use this product and it's almost $20 a tube. Well worth it for it's purpose though. I've also been known to use it when I wear a skirt or a dress too. Honestly the cycling shop is sold out of it sometimes. It's pretty much an industry standard.

I'd gladly buy a lush version!

u/adebium · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

Have you tried body glide or chamois butter for chaffing? I use Chamois butter for my runs and never experience chaffing issues.

u/raki27 · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

You can also get something like it at bike shops -- Chamois cream! Technically it's for your bike shorts, but it also works as a good skin lubricant.

u/cycleboy1964 · 2 pointsr/loseit

I'm a pretty serious cyclist every one posting about the anti chaffing product is right one
Chamois Butt'r works great for me they have smaller ones as well so you can buy a single 9ml packet like this to see if it works for you.

Check with a local bicycle shop or REI (if your in the US)

u/crbn_kllr · 2 pointsr/running

I liberally apply chamois cream (primarily a cyclist, but I dabble in ultra running) before every run and it's made life magical.

This Assos stuff is incredible but pricey.

Chamois Butt'r is also great

u/atechnicnate · 2 pointsr/AskDoctorSmeeee

Toss some baby powder down there when you run or get some buttr and try that for a bit. I am not a doctor either but it looks like a heat rash to me.

Source: I was in the desert for a long time and it was super hot so I understand heat rash...

u/acatisfinetwo · 2 pointsr/Weakpots

Chamois Butt'r

I use it every time I run, and during long rows.

u/onandagusthewhite · 2 pointsr/bicycling
u/mccrolly · 2 pointsr/bicycling

I use this stuff from time to time, but I have found that A&D Ointment (it's for diaper rash) works just as good and is cheaper.

u/olorwen · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Nobody ever replied? Weird. Anyway, the deodorant tip is just that, if you put deodorant on your inner thighs where they rub together, it'll make them chafe less.

Basically you have to take one of two routes to keeping your thighs from chafing - keeping them dry, or using something that lightly lubricates the skin. For the former, baby powder and I guess deodorant work, and for the latter, there are all kinds of anti-chafe products (like BodyGlide and Chamois Butt'r), as well as Vaseline and Neosporin (particularly good if you already are chafing).

u/JimmyBisMe · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Make sure you get some Chamois Butt'r if you do. I've got some some terrible friction burns on my junk. Terrible, terrible, terrible. Like, get in the shower and it feels like i set my stuff on fire.

The padding in the chamois does help keep your butt/gooch/taint from dying on long runs though and the breathe-ability of the Lycra keep you nice and cool and dry.

u/peters1023 · 1 pointr/bicycling

Even then, do it a couple of times in a month... And your butt adjusts. Also... I butter the butt when going over ~40-50. Makes a huge difference. Butt feels like it was ridden on 40 miles at 80.

u/Lazy_Gremlin · 1 pointr/bigdickproblems

Thankfully I don't run into chaffing issues too often, but Paceline Butt'r is the best thing I've found. It is seriously amazing. I go out on 3+ hour rides in spandex and have no worries when I use it. You can pick up small 1 time use packs at most cycling stores.

All you really have to do is rub some on the skin and that's it. Stuff is amazing.

u/lonewolfx77 · 1 pointr/Ultralight

Wow...way to ruin my day with that reality check on the Sawatch. I fixed that. The price I pay to sleep toasty warm...

Your tips are great! I remeasured my foster can and it came out to 1.6oz so I'm good there.

I'm definitely eyeing the Nitecore and litesmith knives.

I guess I'll have to make a call on my chair. Yes it's comfy and actually helps a lot to maintain a clean camp especially in dusty/muddy places.

Definitely look at this. I used it when I started bike touring but it works well for running/hiking as well. Doesn't sweat off easily. I haven't used it on a multiday trek yet but for long distance day hikes its worked well.

u/drsmith302003 · 1 pointr/bicycling

Bike Shorts with a Shammy and a tube of Chamious Cream. Properly adjusted seat and just getting used to it again.

Chamois Cream -

Bike Shorts -

that will be a VERY large quality of life improvement.

Speed will come but what i started out doing and do now is i'll do what are refered to as Intervals (Fast riding for a set time) Slow riding for a set time. I do intervals through the week as not a lot of time but on Saturday I do a nice long 30+ mile ride and try to average 12 to 14 mph (started as try to maintain a 10 mph average). Sunday and Wednesday are my rest days, although i've recently started riding on Wednesday nights just for a short jaunt around town.

u/tL1ght · 0 pointsr/bicycling

Massive cost?

Body glide is something like $9 a tube, and that shit will last you several months. I use it when I run, and its great.

As for cycling Chamois Butt'r is maybe $15 a tube on the high end, but again it will last you a few months if you use it in moderation.