The U.S. military-grade tactical soap pouch should be standard-issue for every shower. To maximize hygiene in tactical situations, this equipment is engineered with a coarse mesh to scrub your hands and feet, and a softer mesh for less rough areas.
All Duke Cannon soaps are triple-milled and contain steel-cut grains for a little exfoliation. They're tested by active duty U.S. military personnel and are made in the same plant that supplied Korean War troops. A portion of proceeds benefits America's veterans.
Victory has a clean, fresh scent with a hint of grass. Think of what you'd want to smell like after you just mowed the lawn (as opposed to what you actually smell like when you've just mowed the lawn).
Accomplishment smells like a fine scotch in a wood-paneled den. Think bergamot and black pepper.
Naval Supremacy smells like a man who just cleaned up after working on his boat all day (other soaps would call this "ocean" scent). You don't have to own the boat.
Productivity wakes you up with a refreshing hit of menthol so you can get things done. Think peppermint (but not Santa Claus).