Lodge Perfects Cast Iron Cookware With Their Blacklock Collection

Jul 26, 2019

Category: Gear

Dating back to 1896, Lodge has been producing top-of-the-line cast iron cookware for well over a century. In fact, they’re practically a household name — at least to those who know a thing or two about cooking. In spite of their long lifespan, however, they’re not simply resting on the laurels, as evidenced by their new Blacklock Collection.

Named after the brand’s original cast iron foundry, the Blacklock Collection consists of seven pieces that combine heritage with new, modern techniques — including a triple-seasoned finish and lightweight design (up to 25% lighter, in some cases). The set includes a quartet of skillets ranging from 7- to 14.5-inches, a 12-inch grill pan, a two-burner griddle, and a 5.5-quart dutch oven. In conjunction with their other features, they also all come with heat-dispelling handles to keep your digits a bit safer than they might be otherwise. The Blacklock Collection is available now for $38-$150.

Purchase: $38+

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