Assos Chamois Creme 200ml features:
- Natural extracts
- Highly sensitive formula
- Prevents sore spots
- Increases comfort in the saddle
Cycling is inherently exhausting for your body and mind. Why should you suffer any more than you absolutely have to? Sore spots from the saddle are really not something that should concern you when you’re pedaling. That’s why Assos developed the Assos Chamois Creme back around the turn of the millennium (after intensive research and numerous prototypes). Since then, numerous myths have grown up around this luxurious product for cyclists. The unique Chamois Creme is now in its fifth edition and protects the skin with natural extracts from friction-induced skin irritation and bacterial buildup. Every year Assos sells tens of thousands of copies, which clearly proves that numerous cyclists rely on the moisturizing, regenerating effect of this gentle cream.
It reduces friction in the sensitive crotch area that can build up after long hours in the saddle. By reducing the risk of sore chafed areas, Assos’ Chamois Creme helps you have one less thing to worry about on the road, mountain biking, or gravel roads, so you can worry about other speed and effort related comfort issues.
Apply directly to the skin before each ride (avoid intimate areas). In addition, after each wash, apply a thin layer on the seat cushion. To maintain suppleness, elasticity and antibacterial effect. Used by many professionals, regardless of the brand of pants.
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ASSOS Chamois Creme 200ml – Ingredients:
Aqua, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Octyldodecanol, Glyceryl Stearate Se, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sorbitan Stearate, Polysorbate 60, Cyclopentasiloxane, Ozokerite, Hydrogenated vegetable oil, Menthyl Lactate, Phenoxyethanol, Stearyl Stearate, Panthenol, Dimethicone/Vinyltrimethyl-Siloxysilicate Crosspolymer, Stearic acid, Menthol, Hamamelis Virginiana Water, Tocopheryl Acetate, BHA, Alcohol Denat., Citric acid
Who Are the Company Assos?
Transforming the rider has been the driving ambition of ASSOS of Switzerland since 1976, when Toni Maier set foot in a Zurich wind tunnel to test his radical new design: a bike frame featuring teardrop-shaped tubes and a bullhorn handlebar. The prototype went on to become the world’s first aerodynamic carbon fiber bicycle frame, and more importantly, it served as a catalyst for identifying the real drag-inducing culprit: cycling apparel. Maier recalibrated, set on improving the materials riders were putting on their bodies. He looked at skiing for inspiration, drawn to the race suits being worn by the Swiss national team. He adapted the concept to cycling, developing the first Lycra shorts and anatomical skinsuit in the process. ASSOS was born.
Word quickly spread through the peloton that a faster, lighter, more comfortable option had arrived, rendering pros’ wool shorts obsolete. Within just a few years ASSOS became the short of choice in the peloton, and at the 1982 World Championships the podium was swept by riders wearing ASSOS.
HISTORY OF FIRSTS
Maier moved his company to Southern Switzerland and became obsessed with textile R&D, pioneering many key innovations and bold concepts that have since become industry standards: The first sublimation of a cycling jersey. The first bib short. The first elastic interface cycling short insert. More recently ASSOS has engineered the first goldenGate seamless insert, and the first rollBar stability platform.
FIRST LYCRA® SHORTS
FIRST BIB SHORTS
FIRST 6-PANEL PRESHAPED PATTERN
FIRST CYCLING-SPECIFIC LAYERING SYSTEM
FIRST MULTIDENSITY INSERT
FIRST ELASTIC LEG GRIPPERS
FIRST GOLDENGATE SEAMLESS INSERT
FIRST ROLLBAR STABILITY PLATFORM
From exclusive textiles to radical constructions, bold, experimental design remains critical to the ASSOS method.
The sV.emergency’s reflective half gilet design.
The EQUIPE’s built-in Diffusor ventilation system.
Unapologetic and fearless in our approach, unmoved by commercial viability or price, we’re resolute in this commitment to engineering the world’s most technologically advanced equipment.