I tried the Enzos cream because I was low on my go-to product, and BTD was running a one-day special. I was pleasantly surprised by the viscosity (thick , but not greasy), minty scent, and durability. I've used the Enzo's cream on rides up to 5 hours, in wet and dry conditions, and it's effectively prevented saddle sores. Even without special promotional discounts, BTD's everyday price is a good deal for the 8-ounce container.
I've used Enzo's Buttonhole cream for 5 years and I've been very satisfied with its effectiveness and longevity. It's worked great for me on rides from 25 miles to Centuries. It has a wonderful pleasant peppermint aroma and a slight tingling sensation on your skin. It's not as thick as ASSOS cream but very smooth consistency and spreads well with good coverage. It's a great value while being high quality, try it you'll like it!
I use this chamois cream for all types of riding including road, mtb and cx. It works well for both long and short rides and the quantity for price ratio is good. I especially like the consistency of the product, which is more of a paste than a cream. It has a nice fragrance and a slight tingle when applied.
Chamois cream is a very personal preference kind of thing, however Enzos is the best for me. I have tried many other brands and styles of Chamois Cream, but none can compare to Enzos.
Of all the chamois creams out there - ButtonHole is the best in my opinion. Goes on thick and provides a protective layer between you, chamois, and saddle. I have never had a sore spot, rub, nick, anything with this cream. I've used it for 3 years now. Great product!
I have tried them all and when I tried this my search was over. i don't even listen when others share their preferences. If you haven't tried this, give yourself some love and buy a jar. There is no going back.
I have ridden many centuries using this product and I no longer suffer from saddle sores. The menthol enhance formula warms the area where it is applied. The jar allows for an easy liberal application that lasts at least 5-6 hours.
Good for rides less than a Metric. Unlike premium brands, this wears out after a 2 to 3 hours of use.
Inconsistent quality - first container used was good, second container was mush, third container had chunks of white stuff. Never tried a fourth
I've used Enzo's cream for two years now. I tried Assos, Udderly Smooth, Paceline, and others. There is a slight menthol feel to it, not as strong as the Assos product. It holds its lubricity without breaking down as quickly as the other products. The longest ride I've used it on was 5 hours at a moderate pace in the fall. It doesn't last as long in the summer months (sweaty conditions). What I like most is that I've not had the saddle sores as I did in the past. I put in about 200 miles a week year round and use it on every ride regardless of distance or temperature. Even if it were to cost more than the others, I would stick to using it. Saddle sores suck. (BTW, my wife was not a fan of the menthol, ladies. Use precaution.)