Old Pine Needles
by Rick on Feb 15, 2017
This one was never a favorite of mine. It always reminded me of generic cologne. The pine smell is far too strong and it doesn't agree with my nose. This one should stay in the past.
by Michael on Jun 27, 2016
This is definitely for the older community. It is fresh and full of pine tree. If you like pine tree, then maybe this could be for you. Otherwise, I'd steer clear.
by Jarrod on Jun 9, 2016
The most manly and fresh scent going around. Opens with vetiver basil and orange and stays that way, 6 plus hours of freshness
by Alishia on Apr 21, 2016
This smells like one of those pine tree air fresheners mixed with paint thinner
by GRGeep on Nov 9, 2015
I was in high school and college in the 1970s when this first came out. It was a huge success at the time, but then began its downward spiral when everyone overused it. It is so strong that just one drop can be detected on you from a mile away. Most people I know have grown tired of it and find it repulsive now.
Excellent fragrance for older men
by Sean on Oct 10, 2015
This is a classic scent, perfect for older men. This can be worn year round, but I would suggest avoiding it if it is very hot outside. Perfect scent for casual wear and for work.
For older men
by Robert on Sep 3, 2015
This cologne has been around so long, I can't see anyone under the age of 50 wearing it. Has that typical 70's/early 80's scent.
You Can Smell the Muscles!
by Danielle on Jan 22, 2015
What a great memory! My dad wore this when I was barely old enough to walk, and the smell is like stepping into a time machine! I can almost see the suit and tie he'd wear, waiting on a hanger in the closet. He switched to a slightly less burly cologne when I got older (Polo Sport), and I think it suited him more anyway. Still, this is an amazing, classic, masculine scent.
This Will Put Hair on Your Chest
by Shawn on Mar 17, 2014
Bold and manly, this cologne commands respect. Pine, leather, and woody notes make your presence known before you enter the room. Spritz a little on in the morning and it will carry you through the day and into the next. This is how cologne was and should be. The only men worthy enough to wear it are Don Draper and Jack Donaghy.