Outlaw Soaps Make Soap That Smells Of Gunpowder And Leather

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    Manly smelling soap isn’t the most gun related product announcement you’ll see on TFB, but keeping you aware of products that exude gunnery counts, right?  Perhaps you’ve been looking for something to replace your Hoppe’s No. 9 makeshift cologne that your significant other has been complaining about.  Outlaw Soaps create a variety of western themed soaps. The “Blazing Saddles” bar is said to smell of soft leather, gunpowder and sandalwood. Outlaw Soaps describes it:

    What does an Outlaw smell like? In short, an Outlaw smells like a goldern American hero.

    In long, an Outlaw smells like leather, sandalwood, gunpowder, sage, two kinds of campfire (the nighttime campfire and the daybreak campfire), and a little dirt. An Outlaw smells like the sexiest gosh darn thing you can imagine, and then about 12 times sexier than that.

    An Outlaw is too old for ‘Axe’ and too young for ‘Old Spice.’ Too old for rot-gut whiskey and too young to give up whiskey outright.

    What does an Outlaw smell like? In short, an Outlaw smells like a goldern American hero.

    In long, an Outlaw smells like leather, sandalwood, gunpowder, sage, two kinds of campfire (the nighttime campfire and the daybreak campfire), and a little dirt. An Outlaw smells like the sexiest gosh darn thing you can imagine, and then about 12 times sexier than that.

    An Outlaw is too old for ‘Axe’ and too young for ‘Old Spice.’ Too old for rot-gut whiskey and too young to give up whiskey outright.

    This soap could be used by the kind of cowboys that other cowboys sing about. This soap is the kind of cologne that makes married men late for work. This signature scent will turn your day into a celebration of every. darn. reason you woke up this morning: because you have Things to Do.

    The Blazing Saddles soap is listed on Outlaw Soaps’ website for $8 per bar, or less depending on how many you buy.  The listed ingredients are: coconut oil, avocado oil, caster oil, olive oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, fragrance oil and coloring.

    What do you think about the concept of smelling of leather and gunpowder?  If you’ve already been using Outlaw Soaps, let us know what you think in the comments section.

    Doug E

    Doug has been a firearms enthusiast since age 16 after getting to shoot with a friend. Since then he’s taken many others out to the range for their first time. He is a husband, father, grandfather, police officer, outdoorsman, artist and a student of history. Doug has been a TFB reader from the start and is happy to be a contributor of content. Doug can be reached at battleshipgrey61 AT gmail DOT com.


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