Rudy’s Classic Pomades

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Grooming

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While a lot of brands these days try to pass themselves off at “vintage” or “retro” influenced, Rudy’s isn’t shying away from who they are or where they came from. For them, that’s the Pacific Northwest – Seattle to be specific – when they opened their first barber shop at the height of the grunge movement in the early 90s. Since then, they’ve opened additional spaces across the US, even selling some of their patented products in the process.

In this case, here we have the line of Rudy’s Classic Pomades, including a clay, matte and shine blend, that works to keep your style in check throughout the workday and into the evening festivities. Each offering is of course water based, boasts a paraben-free formula with various holding capacities depending on your hair type, and is made right here in the USA. Whether heading to work or out the door for an evening at the bars, their no-nonsense formula will keep you looking as dapper as ever.

Purchase: $22

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