VeloChampion Anti Chafe Chamois Cream does exactly what it says on the tub. Its lightweight feel makes it both easy and a pleasure to apply to the contours of your shorts or body, while the menthol addition keeps you feeling cool.
" First up, after the initial application you don't notice it at all. Some creams can be quite thick, or greasy, or their high levels of menthol can give you a cool blast every time you shift in the saddle... This VeloChampion does have a bit of menthol added and you notice when you apply it (I apply to the skin rather than shorts) but that soon passes."
"There's not a whole lot more to say, to be honest. I was riding four to five hours at a time and... nothing, no irritation, no reminder that I was using the cream or anything, and no need to reapply. It hasn't left any marks on my shorts or tights either."
Verdict - "A lightweight, mess-free cream that protects without you even noticing it"
psst... we will soon be introducing a non-menthol option, so keep checking our socials for updates.
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