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(for me) on the nips, but as a cyclist also, i’ve found that Assos “buttcreme” works wonders for the nips as well. But for the really long runs it’s nipguards for me. That is the only thing staying put after 20k’s
It also works well for the thighs, but usually i can cope with normal vaseline. (i do run in tights though and compression works a lot better for me than “regular” tights which might have something to do with that excess amount of skin slightly hanging)
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