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    Shirt rash

    Maybe a weird question but how do u avoid skin and tit rash when riding. I wear loose fitting wicking shirts and after an hour they become very uncomfortable.

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    Never had the problem with moisture wicking shirts but I know runners sometimes put band aids on their nips

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    Tight fitting jerseys will take care of this issue. That may not be your look but many cyclists use it for a reason.

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    Problem solved.

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    Thank you, I needed to laugh ! Awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubster View Post
    Problem solved.

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    He kind of has an expression on his face that lets you know it's super-atomic, can-opener wedgie time!
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    Make sure your shirt or jersey is properly rinsed after washing. Add a rinse cycle or use less detergent. If that doesn't help consider changing fabric. If that doesn't help pop a Claratin before riding. Nipples getting sore is generally a sign of dehydration but you can always dab some chamois cream or even vasaline on them and see if that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nubster View Post
    Problem solved.

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    True, also insures riding alone, guarantees R.O.W., and leaves no doubt if you're packin' a nub, or a chub.
    Atomic wedgie too - hahaha!
    The best is the one you want to ride most often..

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    Shirt rash

    Haha. Hilarious.

    Yeah, should like your clothes are rubbing. Tighter clothes or maybe even try a chamois cream on the hot spots.
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    Wear a tight baselayer.

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    Shirt rash

    Quote Originally Posted by Nubster View Post
    Problem solved.

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    Shirt rash

    They make these things called nip guards. It happens to me in the winter. Pretty common among marathon runners.

    http://www.runguards.com


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    Duh, put clamps on them.

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    Sports bra?

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    Bro or manssiere?

    F*ck Cancer

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    Get one of those nitrogen wart removal kits and just freeze those useless nips and pop'em off. That way you can be done with it once and for all. Not like we guys need'em. They're just an annoyance.

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    Or this....
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