Trail Tins are 2oz versions of Mailroom Barber's pomades that travel well, fitting easily into pockets and dopp bags. Pick any 3 to bring on your next adventure!
2oz | Oil Based | Vegan | Petroleum Free | One Wash
Mailroom Barber designed the Natural Pomade to nourish and replenish the hair and scalp with a hold and shine that lasts all day, yet washes out without a fight. Available in three holds.
X | Light - Oakmoss & Cypress
XX | Medium - Pipe Tobacco
XXX | Heavy - Cedar & Sandalwood
Oakmoss & Cypress - Light notes of cypress and pine sitting atop the crisp, green scent of oakmoss.
Pipe Tobacco - Bold and aromatic like a sweet vanilla cavendish with hints of clove.
Cedar & Sandalwood - Dark and smoky like a warm campfire with the subtle sweetness of sandalwood.
2 oz | Vegan | All Natural | Petroleum Free | Washes out easily
Cody Calhoun, a photographer from Pennsylvania, and Mailroom Barber designed the Nolde Forest collaboration pomade to be a balanced medium hold with a consistent shine that washes out easily. It doesn't rinse out like a gel, but it only takes one thorough shampoo to completely remove it from the hair. It has all natural, vegan friendly, ethically sourced ingredients that moisturize the hair and scalp, leaving your hair soft and replenished rather than stripping it of it's natural oils. It is an oil based pomade, but contains no Petrolatum or other synthetic ingredients.
The scent is fresh and crisp like the smell of a forest right after it rains, with all of the musky, deep notes of damp pine straw.
2oz | Oil Based | Medium to Heavy hold | Medium shine
The Classic Pomade is modeled after traditional hair grease and grooming aids of the 40s and 50s for men that are going for anything from the grease punk look to the polished executive contour. Depending on the amount you scoop, the Classic Pomade can tame the thickest, curliest hair, or hold loose, voluptuous pomps in their place.
Appalachia scent: Top floral notes of lavender and bergamot that give way to smokey undertones of clove and tobacco, reminiscent of the Appalachian Trail.