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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.
Pretty good, woodsy smell that has a unique aspect to it. The sample itself was difficult to work with and nearly impossible to use effectively, but the smell was great.4
This fragrance smells like the outdoors; essence of pine and fresh air in a bottle. Unfortunately, not my thing. My gal enjoys the scent though.2
the smell is 100% for an outdoors camping kinda guys. It smells like trees. Not really my type of scent.1
This scent isn't particularly distinctive in my opinion. I smell the pine but find it neither interesting nor especially masculine. Moreover, I agree that the sample packaging was ineffective and gimmicky. This is not a product I would wear out.2
Generic scent that smells more like a cleaning product than a cologne. Sample packaging is a clever design but doesn't function well. Would've been a lot better with the standard glass vial and spray top. Victorinox should stick to making knives.2
This scent just doesn't have what it takes to be worn on a daily basis or the occasional night out. I'd prefer to stick to what I know.3
I like the smell a lot. It is not overpowering like most of the "mall" scents. It's a subtle outdoorsy smell that I am not ashamed to wear.5
The cologne smelled great. Only problem I have is that the sample sprayer did not spray at all. Overall, I would buy the full size product.4
This product smells really good - although not completely unique. It smells very much like Carolina Herrera's 212 cologne... sweet and citrusy. Definitely a good quality product.4
This scent is intriguing and awesome. I really like it.4