We're No Stinkin' Outlaws — inspirations

| Danielle Vincent

Fire in the Hole Campfire, Gunpowder, and Whiskey Soap

Our little Fire in the Hole line has gotten mighty popular in the past few months, but how did we come up with the idea of soap that smells like campfire? Well, it was a day not unlike today... A Saturday morning, in fact, in May of 2013. We were...

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| Danielle Vincent

The Gambler Solid Cologne: You gotta know when to hold 'em

You may or may not be aware that Outlaw Soaps also sells on Amazon. But unlike on our site, where our solid bar soaps are the unequivocal stars of the show, Amazon's customers far prefer cologne.

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| Danielle Vincent

Mountain Hideout: In the mountains, you're free

Mountain Hideout was another soap that spanned across many titles before finally resting in its (maybe?) final home. It was once again inspired by a scent that came as a sample in our quest for whiskey scent (and oh, what a quest it was). But instead of knowing what we wanted and then searching for a way to make it happen, like we did with Hair of the Dog and Lust in the Dust, when we got the very uniquely realistic nuts and pine scent, we knew we had to do something with it. And thus was born "Pine Mountain."

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| Danielle Vincent

Lust in the Dust: the soap we loved so much we refused to let it die

Being in Joshua Tree makes me feel most alive. The Outlaw Soaps logo (you know, with the joshua tree, the girl, and the dog) is actually just a slightly edited picture of a tattoo I have on my right arm. I got the tattoo over a couple years as I realized that Joshua Tree is where my heart lives, no matter where I physically am. When I was working in Los Angeles, I'd often drive out to the high desert to hang out with friends, camp, and enjoy the particular open feeling of the sun rising.

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