Spring is a time of new things for Outlaws -- a time to figuratively and literally wash off the hibernation dust and get outside into the warming air. A time to start sniffin' around different parts for new rules to break. As ya do.
Outlaw Soaps also is facing a bunch of brave new product developments, and through mid-April, we're going to be aggressively introducing new products (and bringing back some ones that we have re-formulated for peak awesomeness).
As we experiment with new things, we'll be introducing them both here and in our Outlaw Soaps Labs, the rugged testing grounds of most of our product concepts. And if you want to be the first to try out experimental scents, sign up for the Clean Getaway Subscription Service. It's a bi-monthly shipment of two soaps especially made for the subscription box, and one other goody.
So if you're an Outlaw fan, first, thank you so much. And second, we want to know what you think.
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Yes! Before you ask, I want you to know that we'll be doing other scents in the above products, but Blazing Saddles is our most popular scent, so we're starting there.
Blazing Saddles Solid Cologne
Be that American hero
Leather, Gunpowder, Sandalwood
If there was an official smell of the Wild West, this would be it. Blazing Saddles smells like you just walked off the set of a Western movie. It smells like you're fresh out of the saddle, the surviving party in an all-out gunfight on the trail. It smells like you've just ridden into town and you're looking for action... and you're not really particular on the kind of action, either.
If you love the leathery scent of Blazing Saddles soap, bring that subtle smell with you everywhere in this pocket tin of solid cologne.
Fire in the Hole Explosively Awesome Campfire Soap
Hair of the Dog (whiskey soap with a splash of coffee)
Our very smart robot picked these out for you:
Oh give me a home, where the buffalo roam
"Laundry on the Line" is now "Home on the Range"
From time to time, a soap name just isn't quite capturing the feeling of the soap. It happened with Lust in the Dust and The Mountain Hideout.
After a couple years of meditation, we realized that this soap is really about being home. It's about feeling the peace of place when you feel most comfortable. A feeling so common, but so impossible to describe.
Home, home on the range, where the deer and the antelope play.
Where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day.
Where the air is so pure, and the zephyrs so free, the breezes so balmy and light.
That I would not exchange my home on the range for all of the cities so bright.