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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.
This scent is intriguing and awesome. I really like it.4
It is an outdoorsy scent, but it's not for me. Also, the packaging was weird and confusing, and the sample was not very big. They would have been better off using a regular vial than trying to be creative in packaging.2
Prior to trying this scent, I didn't believe it possible to capture the scent of the rugged outdoorsman. I was wrong. This scent, without being heady and headache-bearing, produces a savory, warm smell that is, in effect, one of the many essences of a man.5
its a nice scent but i personally do not enjoy it. others have said it smells nice but i wear my cologne for myself also. it is woodsy and manly. i like citrus and clean. it has nice staying power though.3
My husband opened the sample and I couldn't help but swoon. It's crisp and manly but not overpowering.5
Great product. I loved using it/it smelled so great! I highly recommend this product to others. I loved the masculine smell as well
The cologne was nice and subtle. Gave that outdoorsy smell with a hint of gin. Definite buy!5
Love the combination of the scents...happy with the length of time the scent remains. I ordered this one immediately!5
I think it has a nice masculine fragrance and thought the packaging was pretty nifty. The smell wasnt awesome enough to make me change colognes or add it to my repertoire but I did like it.4
I didn't really care for this product. I didn't very much like the smell but others may like it very much. Products like this are very subjective. The worst part was the packaging of the sample I received. The packaging didn't work that well and it only allowed for one or two applications. It seems to me that giving a small vial as the sample would be a better option.2