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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 am a huge cologne/fragrance fanatic and this is just ok to me. It's fresh and nice, but it's just so middle-of-the-road that I can't justify the expense.3
The packaging was so bad by the time i got the box their was only one squirt in the bag i had to rip open the packaging even to wring what was left onto my skin. What little i had it smelled nice but the packaging was horrible. (sample packaging)3
Sounds like it would be something I would like. But unfortunately I can't say for sure. The sample, either didn't work properly or there just simply wasn't enough in it to be able to tell.3
This cologne is just okay. I don't think I would pay that much for it. The Atlier is way better and around the same price.3
the packaging is neat! but be prepared to smel like a pine cone all day3
This smells nice, however it is not the type of scent I like. If you like a more woodsy smell this product is for you.3
The sample was cleaver and a decent size. Thanks for that. I found the smell not displeasing but not for me.3
I like the smell, and I would use it if someone gave it to me as a gift, but it isn't that distinct from a lot of other colognes out there.3
At first it comes on strong, and in multiple directions. It really doesn't know what it wants to be. Hated it right away and almost washed it off my wrists.
After about an hour the dry down was way more mellow and subtle than the initial. Not a totally unique scent but still enjoyable, just not for me.
It's an interesting woodsy, but not something I would personally wear.3