Bodyglide Chamois Glide - 1.3 oz.

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Bodyglide Chamois Glide - 1.3 oz. -

Say goodbye to chamois cream mess! Bodyglide introduces the travel-size 1.3 oz. Chamois Glide balm in a stick applicator.



  • Twist stick applicator offers no-mess application and keeps hand lotion-free
  • Ingredients are plant-derived waxes specially blended to help protect skin against the rubbing friction of bike chamois and shorts
  • Apply once to the chamois, the shorts and to the skin; it penetrates skin and stays where it is applied
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Bodyglide Chamois Glide - 1.3 oz. Reviews:


Not up to century+.

This is definitely a non-messy solution to the chafe problem. It worked well for me in rides through a variety of climates up to the metric-century level. At century and above distances, it doesn't provide enough protection to not have issues. I think I would recommend it for distances under 50mi or so.

I agree with the other reviewer that since I have it, I will probably use this on the chamois itself and then use something else for the skin to ensure no saddle sores.
cdrikari at REI on 05/05/2012

Wouldn't buy again

I've always used Chamois Butt'r, but thought I'd give this Cham. Glide a try. I've used it pretty consistently for the past 2 months on rides ranging from 1-4 hours. It's okay, but not as effective as Chamois Butt'r, which I'll be going back to. I do like what it does on chamois, but it really doesn't provide much protection / relief when applied directly to the skin itself. So if you just looking for something to soften up the chammy, I guess it's a safe bet.
rail at REI on 04/04/2012