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Just because you’re in between Alpine treks doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the scent of the wild. Inspired by the forest, this masculine fragrance (from the famed makers of the Swiss Army knife) is equal parts woodsy and refreshing. The ruggedly elegant bottle has a base and cap made from wood milled in the Swiss valley of Schwyz.
I'm not a fan of this type of "woodsy" scent. I considered it too strong and did not get any good feedback while wearing it.1
Not a fan of this product....The scent was a little too "woodsy" and "earthy" for my taste. Prefer something a bit more refined.1
I'm usually a pretty technical guy, however, this packaging got the best of me. I followed the directions, yet nothing squirted out. After a few tries, I noticed a wettening spot in the cardboard. I guess the cardboard smelled kinda good.1
This stuff wouldn't work. It smells like a pine tree farted on me, and the sample packaging really nails that on the head. If I needed this smell, I'd go get a pine tree car air freshner and rub it on myself. Hopefully someone else enjoyed this, because it just didn't work for me.1
I really didn't like the package it came in. I felt like there was barely a spray in it. As far as the smell, it has a nice timber smell, but I prefer a spice.1
Didn't like the smell, although the packaging was very well thought out and very marketable. However, I did not like the smell at all, and neither did my wife.
Maybe it'll be a better suit for you, but smelled like a much more, mature (shall we say?) scent than I prefer.
The title says it all; buy this if you are big into the Abercrombie and Fitch scents. You put it on and smell as if you've sprayed down with Pine Sol.1
the smell is 100% for an outdoors camping kinda guys. It smells like trees. Not really my type of scent.1
ok item. not something I'd purchase. would like to see better product2
I know that cologne is the same as perfume, but I prefer mine to be less "perfumey," and more subtle. This actually bothered my nose... burned it a little. It might mellow out after you wear it for a bit, but I wouldn't know, because it came on so strong.2