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Walk into a room with the confidence of a rugged, roguish cowboy accompanied by eagles carrying pearl-grip six-shooters filled with bullets made of sheer animal magnetism.
What does it smell like? This candle of badassery brings a Western movie to life inside your home (but not literally, thank goodness, because that would be crowded): leather, gunpowder, sandalwood, and sagebrush. It smells like you just walked off the set of A Fistful of Dollars or like Ennio Morricone wrote the soundtrack of your life.
Is it amazing? YES!!! It's the scent that cowboys write poetry about, cowgirls sing songs about, and crickets fiddle about all night long.
What if I don't love it? All our products are 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We’re emphatic about your happiness. If you don’t love it, we'll offer you another scent or give you a refund. All we ask is that you give it a try.
Who are we and what are we doing in your bullet points? We are Outlaw, a tiny little company in Sparks, Nevada, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. We live fast and take chances, but keep our rubber sides down. And we wanted to make your life better, so we started this company dedicated to unique scents in peerless products.
What does an Outlaw smell like?
An Outlaw is a gosh darn American hero. An Outlaw transcends the common law of the land and is governed by a higher authority: Personal Integrity (which is also an aphrodisiac in the right circles).
An Outlaw smells like leather, sandalwood, gunpowder, sagebrush, and a little dirt.
An Outlaw smells like the essence of badassery.
If your romantic entanglement walks into the room when you're burning this candle, you might be late for work.
See all of Outlaw's Blazing Saddles Western-inspired sundries, including cologne, soap, lotion, and more
Burn Time: Though we realize "burn time" is an important candle metric, we have been unable to faithfully establish a burn time. We lit the candle and had to put it out when we went home... and we've done that for days, and it still hasn't hardly burned down at all. So it lasts a very, very long time.