345 Soap Co. | TRENCH LINES EAU DE PARFUM
The idea for this release came from one of my razor sets, the Gillette Khaki set. It was issued to troops in the Army in World War 1 (WWI). I have collected a few sets now, but the one that gave me the inspiration was issued in 1918. With Memorial Day right around the corner, I thought it would be an amazing release. To showcase the brave men and women of the military. Some of which gave everything and perished defending Freedom!
When you look at the Gillette Khaki set, in the top right corner It should say Property of US Army. That means the set was issued to a soldier. If the set say Property of USA, then the set was released to civilians in an effort to support the military efforts.
Each set is stamped with a serial number. Gillette used the serial numbers to date code their razors.
1918 dates codes are: E449208-J7344 Plus F/G/H (no I) J Series all U.S. military
1919 dates codes are: J7345-K927216 J Series all U.S. military
The scent is homage to the exquisite cologne of Lacoste White. Scent notes of Grapefruit, Rosemary and Cardamom; Ylang-Ylang, Tuberose; Suede, Virginia Cedar, Leather and Vetiver.
The label was designed by renowned designer Jonathan Landstrom. He is a traditional shaver, and very creative graphic designer. The label art is of a WW1 helmet. Just amazing work!
Ingredients: Alcohol, Fragrance.
Name trademarks and copyrights are properties of their respective manufacturers and/or designer. This version is not to be confused with the original and 345 Soap has no affiliation with Lacoste White.