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Paceline Chamois Butt'r Her


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Paceline Chamois Butt'r Her

Chamois Butt'r is a non-greasy skin lube that helps prevent saddle sores and chafing.

Chamois Butt'r is a non-greasy skin lubricant that helps prevent chafing. Having gained a great reputation in its homeland, the USA, Paceline Chamois Butt'r is now available from Edinburgh Bicycle Co-op. It's great stuff and there are no buts about it.

  • Paceline Chamois Butt'r Her was created by a female sports medicine physician in cooperation with professional women cyclists.
  • PH balanced for women.
  • Made with natural ingredients including aloe vera, green tea leaf extract, tea tree oil, shea butter & lavender oil.
  • Apply liberally to skin and/or chamois before a ride.
  • Apply to skin to soothe & soften after the ride.
  • May be applied to any skin areas that rub together or against clothing.
  • Paceline Chamois Butt'r Her washes off the skin when you shower with soap and water.

Chamois Cream
In the good(?) old days cycling shorts really were padded with chamois goatskin. One problem with genuine chamois leather is that it dries out and hardens when laundered, thus the need to massage it with chamois cream.

Advances in textile technology means that we no longer have to sacrifice goats to cycle in comfort, thus every padded short we do has a synthetic chamois. This is a good thing because the man-made chamois can be manufactured in stretchy fabrics, then articulated and manipulated with padding located exactly where required. Another great thing about modern shorts is that you can stick them in the wash, as recommended after every ride, and the chamois comes out of the machine, soft and supple as new. The synthetic chamois has not led to the demise of chamois cream however. It still comes highly recommended as an antibacterial rash-inhibiting skin-lubricating emollient.