Castelli Chamois Cream

Castelli Chamois Cream
Castelli Chamois Cream
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Chamois Cream by Castelli
Castelli's Chamois Cream aims to make any ride more comfortable -- whether you're heading out for a quick, easy loop or a four-hour training ride, your sensitive areas will thank you for the added protection they'll get from this non-greasy, dry-formula cream. Castelli uses natural tea tree oil to lessen friction and calm the skin, allowing you to focus on your cadence on a climb or your overall pace rather than spending your ride shifting around trying to alleviate irritation. Apply the breathable formula directly to your skin so you're able to spend your ride blissfully unaware of the presence of your chamois, and to ensure your rides are never cut short by discomfort.

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