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Outlaw Manly-Scented Soaps are For Men, Not Boys

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bill-swift - August 10, 2013

Tough men smell like outlaws. Apparently, outlaws smell like wild grass, dog's hair, coffee, and sarsaparilla. Those are but a few of the scents available from Outlaw Soaps, which are a lot like the Manhands Manly-scented Soap. The difference is all in the presentation, though. It seems to me like Outlaw spent a lot more effort (or is that less?) to make their soaps look rugged and completely in-theme with their concept.

For example, there's a neat variant called Hangman's Soap which is basically a soap...and a rope. Then there's Blazing Saddles, which according to them, is the 'sexiest soap ever', integrating two kinds of campfire into the complicated scent. (In case you're wondering, it's nighttime campfire and daybreak campfire, and I had no idea as well that they smelled different, let alone have an actual smell at all!)

Personally, I'm most curious about the Hair of the Dog soap, which is described as smelling like whiskey with a splash of coffee. Apparently, dog smells like that now?

It really does seem like Outlaw thought of everything, and not just in terms of scents or presentation. I mean, there's even a soap that Bronies will love: the Unicorn Poop soap! (It's the multi-colored one in the picture above.)

The soaps are available in regular 5-oz and trial 1-oz sizes, so in case you're not sold on the scent yet, then you can sample it before ordering the full-sized one.

Check It Out: $8

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