Four Anti-Chafe Products For Triathletes

Four products to avoid getting rubbed the wrong way.

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Four products to avoid getting rubbed the wrong way.

Doc’s All Natural Chafe Stick

The all-natural, pocket-sized stick goes on smooth in chafe-prone areas.

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Gold Bond Friction Defense

It soothes, moisturizes and reduces friction at a cheaper price ($7) than most competitors, and it can be found at major retailers.

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BodyGlide Anti-Chafe

The original non-greasy stick still goes the distance from the start of the swim to the end of a run.

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Because it comes in an aerosol spray can instead of in stick form, TriSlide is quick to put on and easier to share with training partners.

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