TriSlide Review

Funny how I’m posting a review of an anti-chafing product today when yesterday I complained about chafing. Anyways, I was asked to review the product TriSlide a while back, and I was skeptical. I feel like I start off every review that way. I guess I am just not a big believer in trying new things. So the idea behind TriSlide is that it’s basically a form of anti-chafing solution . Now, I’m not big on anti-chafing stuff because I think it’s weird and I don’t like the stick like form. So usually my motto is just burn baby burn in the chafing department. Stupid, but it is what it is. It just doesn’t seem to help me out that much and I always forgot the stick and I feel like I’m just rubbing deodorant all over my body. TriSlide is an aerosol spray. I love me some aerosol and I was excited to try it out after I found that out. It reminds me a little of something that you would use for athletes foot.

I really liked the bottle and it was super easy to use. I felt like the nozzle sprayer allows really good coverage and it makes everything really slippery, which is the point of a chafing product! I used it on my feet to take care of any hot spots and to make sure no toes were bloody. It worked awesomely. I just sprayed the toe areas and side of my big toe where I usually get blisters.

The left foot was sprayed first. When I first started using the product I used a little too much, but that is better than using too little. It never bothered me at all and I really liked the way it felt on my feet in my socks. It gets all the ‘nooks and crannys’ a lot better than anything else I’ve ever used.

You just have to find out how to spray it the best way for you and then just spray it on it’s pretty self explanatory. I love, love, love using it on my feet! I also love the fact that it’s in the bottle and spray form. It makes it super easy and way less messy for me at least.

I just spray it right on and then put on my socks. I usually spray it on outside on our porch though. It really comes out quick too, so I know the bottle I have will last me a long time.

Here is the close-up of the front of the bottle. Yup, love the aerosol aspect of it the best! So easy to use and covers so much more than a stick, in my opinion, especially on my feet, which is where I seem to have the most problems. According to the website, it’s in a environmentally friendly 4 oz. canister. I LOVE IT. Seriously. Check it out and you won’t be disappointed. I’m also a big fan of putting this on my inner legs when I decide to wear the booty shorts just for precautionary measures. :)

You can find out more about Tri-Slide HERE and get your own on that website as well. I am very thankful for the TriSlide people reaching out to me to test their product because now I’m chafe free and my toes are finally not bloody!

I’m also thankful for them for giving me 2 bottles to give away! To enter, just leave a comment with your biggest pet peeve while running. Do you hate all the bikers on the trails? Do you get chafed in a certain spot every time? Do you hate the way Gatorade tastes 8 miles in? What chafes you while running? :) Your stories always crack me up. If you tweet about the giveaway you’ll get another entry and if you blog about my giveaway you’ll get another one. :) If you are bored and want to follow me on twitter you can here :) That’s a total of 3 entries! I’ll pick the winner next Thursday by random number picker. Good Luck!

xoxo

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92 Responses to TriSlide Review

  1. Mer says:

    Ooh – or people who walk 2, 3, and 4 abreast on the path – and still expect you to jump off to make way for them. I’ve just taken to holding my ground and bumping them. Usually I’ll get a nasty look, but one time I got a “hey b*tch!” that was good motivation to increase speed!

  2. Shelley B says:

    Man, what a lot of comments! I have to admit, the spray sound like it would work quite well around the toes…kinda hard to get the stick to cover the toes!

    I have to say sweat in my eyes chafes me the most. It’s so freaking hot and humid here that even with a sweatband and a hat, I still get the drips in my eyes…buuurn, ouch!

  3. jeri says:

    I hate running in humidity. Just sucks the big one.

  4. jeri says:

    and I tweeted about your giveaway :) (@jerilee40)

  5. erin l. says:

    my biggest pet peeve is that while everybody else loves running a nice wooded trail, all i can think about are the potential creepsters hidden behind the trees! at least it makes me run faster…

  6. Jennifer says:

    It bugs me when my ear phones fall out of my ears on really humid days.

  7. Your reviews are the bomb! Yeah, I said it. Heehee =)

    My biggest pet peeve is when you’re running in a groove and come up upon a family of 4 or 5 who take up the entire sidewalk when walking which forces you to move out of their way and breaks your running momentum. I hate that!

  8. abbi says:

    my biggest pet peeve is thigh chafing…I seem to often just run out the door forgetting to do anything to prevent it…maybe this would help!!

  9. Hmmm… there aren’t many things that get me down while I’m running aside from the occasional fatigue, but one thing that never fails to piss me off are drivers that don’t stop for people in crosswalks! I’ve had a few altercations with idiot drivers, but hey, it gets my blood pumping and makes for faster miles!

  10. Laurie says:

    The worst for me is the inner thigh rub – ugggghhhh!!!

  11. While I love living in the country-ish area and the scenery is beautiful, I am starting to get bored of the 3 routes that are safe before heading into town. So I guess that’s my biggest complaint right now. I guess I’ll have to suck it up and start driving into town and then going on some of the paths out there!

  12. Jess says:

    When biggest complaint about summer running is how hard it is to get my sports bra off afterward. Seriously it’s soaked through and it just clings to me like crazy. I have to pretty much pry it off. Nasty.

  13. Bobbi-Sue says:

    It bothers me sooo much when I’m running and I’m about to come up to a group of people coming at me taking up the entire path… they see me running… they see me sweating and about to die… do they THINK to maybe move over to their side for a second? NO! I like to play chicken with them. Who’s going to move first? Me or you…I bet it’s you when you see I’m not about to deviate from my path… I think that is what angers me the most when running.

  14. Adam says:

    INTERESTING…. I just may have to try something like this. I’m always just a LITTLE suspect of things that aren’t body glide (so we share that I guess) but it is probably worth a shot.

    LET IT BURN!? You, my friend, are a crazy person.

  15. Laura says:

    My biggest “chafe” on runs is people who leave dog poop in the way!Yuck! I do NOT want to dodge poo!

  16. Sarah says:

    Two things –

    1. Nipple chafing, ‘nuf said
    2. When people don’t follow the “run left, walk right” rule and walk like 6 people wide across the course. Or if they don’t move right to slow down or stop. GRRRRRRRRRRR.

  17. Nicole says:

    I hate how my HR monitor strap chafes under my boobs! I also hate pathways that end suddenly!!

  18. Annie says:

    my pet peeve has to be the bikers. they tend to be such jerks!!

  19. cindy says:

    My biggest pet peeve & it happens all the time: having to make an emergency stop in the woods on those early morning runs.

  20. Christy says:

    I have a few:
    *When you are approaching two people running on a trail or narrow greenway, and they don’t even attempt to move over or get semi-single file. I mean, why am I always the one being nice and moving over?!
    *Another one, is the nervous pee feeling I get before a race…especially when I just went!!
    *When I accidentally turn my garmin off at a light and forget to turn it back on!!

    Its been fun to read these!

  21. Hey!

    Give a girl a heads up….after the hole I put under my arm I seriously must find this stuff.

    Funny thing is that I just posted a comment on Josh Cox’s blog post about race tips that someone needed to create a spray version of body glide (should of checked the web before saying such silliness).

    Must go check it out!

  22. Michelle says:

    My biggest pet peeve is people that do not control their dogs while on the trail. If I’m running towards you…and you see me coming and your dog starts to run AT me…don’t look at me like I’m inconsiderate when I say something the THIRD time it happens. Oh those people make me so angry!

  23. Kristen says:

    When you’re running with someone with keys. The constant jingling drives me nuts. :P

  24. Bambee says:

    My biggest pet peeve while running is drivers who almost hit you and then yell at you for being out there running!

  25. Stuart says:

    Man they are some fugly feet you need to enter my competition stat!

    J/K about the feet!

  26. Glenn Jones says:

    Okay. I’ll enter this giveaway! y pet peeve when running are the cyclists who ride two or three across a trail and expect runners/walkers to move for them!

  27. Astro says:

    Silent bikers that whiz right by you at 30mph. They stay so close to you like you are on their path.

    Chafing – for some reason lately it has been my left nipple. Don’t even realize it until the cold shower after a run. What a burn.

  28. rachel says:

    I would love to win some of this stuff. I get chafed at my bra line (right in the front) when I run in hot hot weather, very annoying.

  29. rachel says:

    I follow you on twitter (i’m @manicdefense)

  30. rachel says:

    My biggest running pet peeve (other than chafing) is figuring out where to put your keys. I prefer not to run with things in my hands, and my spibelt is a little bouncy lately… annoying.

  31. Heather A. says:

    Stray/unleashed dogs are my pet peeve while running! I almost always run with my dog and about every 3rd run we are approached (or attacked) by a dog that has gotten out of a fence, or off a leash, or whatever. It’s aggravating!

  32. Pam says:

    I guess my pet peeve would be having my earbuds falling out of my ears…usually happens a few miles in during a really sweaty run..then the whole run I am just annoyed b/c I can’t keep the stupid things in.

  33. Carla says:

    My biggest pet peeve while running? Having to carry water that gets too hot too quick :(

  34. Tammy Eros says:

    Cyclists who don’t let you know they are behind you…I mean, how much effort does it take to say something? I always yell “Share the road!”…Oh, and people who wear “wind pants” to run in…you can hear their legs swishing together a mile away!

  35. Amanda says:

    I loathe hills. A lot. But, I live in Pittsburgh…where we name our suburbs by hills (North Hills, South Hills, etc). I’m in trouble.

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  37. Brooke says:

    Bra line chafing, that’s my peeve. Great give away!

  38. Cory says:

    My biggest pet peeve is that people don’t smile when the run. Especially when running along the beach on a beautiful sunny day, SMILE!!! You are definitely not running that hard or fast that you can’t enjoy being able to run.

  39. Heather says:

    I already follow you on twitter

  40. Heather says:

    Biggest pet peeve are people running on the wrong side of the road then when you get close to hitting them they refuse to budge and you end up having to move over!

  41. My biggest pet peeve while running is when guys drive by and holler at me! Ugh guys, not a way to get a girl!! Please stop the honking while your at it! Haha

  42. Heather says:

    Smells! I hate smelling stuff when I run!!! It feels like I can’t breath or am not getting any air!!!

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