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Paceline Products Eurostyle Warm Embrocation


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    • One Color,8oz

    3 Reviews


    Lather up

    Paceline Products' Eurostyle Warm Embrocation has been designed to take the chill off your skin at temperatures below 70 degrees. It works by sealing exposed skin from the air, creating a warming barrier as the wind feverishly tries to freeze your legs. The warming agents not only fight the cold, but they also stimulate muscle activity. No, this embrocation isn't a snake-oil, cure-all kind of tonic, but when your legs think that it's 78 degrees instead of 50, you're going to be riding faster.

    The Embrocation has a creamy consistency that makes for an easy, non-greasy application. Simply add a dollop to your hands and rub it onto your arms, legs, or anywhere that will be exposed to the elements. Paceline Products recommends applying petroleum jelly over the embrocation if you need a touch of added warmth before your ride.

    The Paceline Products Eurostyle Warm Embrocation is available in an eight ounce container.

    • Item #PCL0006

    Tech Specs

    8 oz
    Recommended Use
    winter cycling, spring cycling

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    Average as embrocations go

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I prefer Rapha's winter embro, but CC no longer carries that brand. I found this product to be greasy and mild in terms of heat.


      If you have never used this stuff before I would say that you should try and go with the warm first. I found the warm to be more then enough for me, they do sell a hot which I would think I would want to remove roadside. Great stuff just don't get it mixed up with your Chamois Butter!

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      How uncomfortable would it be if the ride started around 40-45deg and ended three hours later around 60-65deg