Try Outlaw Air Fresheners, because life doesn't have to smell like an outhouse.
Side note: I feel like that's a slogan-in-the-making, somehow.
- Does your horse-powered covered-wagon smell like it's been rode hard and put up wet?
- Does your gym locker smell like a footlocker?
- Does your outhouse smell like… an outhouse?
Get Outlaw Air Fresheners in one of our most popular scents, Fire in the Hole!
Wherever your travels take you, bring the Outlaws on your adventures.
These true-to-scent, American-made air fresheners (in our lovely state of Nevada!) are your perfect sidekicks to bring the subtle badassery of Outlaw to your getaway vehicle (or just your home getaway).
“So...I received a package in the mail yesterday. I placed the air freshener in my truck, and now today mixed with the present leather upholstery in it, it smells like Clint Eastwood stole my truck, went to a dirty, swanky bar, played poker in the back room, fought, and wrestled the regulars over a bad hand, got into a gunfight, won of course, and left his dust-covered cowboy boots on the floorboard.” - Bo
With a testimonial like that, how can you refuse these icons of American splendor? Plus, they're light, so you can carry 'em wherever you go... my personal favorite is sticking 'em in my suitcase so everything smells fully Outlaw when I arrive.
Get 'em for $5 apiece! If you don't know which one you want, we want you to try them all so we're offering all five for $20!!!
Note about longevity: The longevity of the scent lasts in direct proportion to how much air exposure the air freshener gets. When you first remove it fully from the package, it's like -- BAM -- tons of scent. But over a week, and definitely over two weeks, the scent fades. If you'd like to make your Outlaw Air Freshener last, don't pull it out of the plastic sheath all at once like The Last Odor Warrior. Instead, crack open the top of the plastic and slowly undress your Air Freshener over a few weeks (it sounds sexier than it is... sorry / not sorry).