by Randy on Feb 16, 2017
Polo Red smells amazing, it just doesn't last or project as long as I would like. Get the Intense version!
by Jim on Feb 14, 2017
Red is the best of all the polos. If you like a sweeter scent then this would be the one you want. Problem is the projection and performance are real poor. But it does smell great. I can only give 4 stars because of the performance.
So-so fragrance I've mostly grown out of
by Vic on Oct 14, 2016
It's worth mentioning that as far as sweet fragrances go, this comes off as more "auburn" in tone, as opposed to the "crimson"-colored presentation may have lead you to believe. The most prominent of the top notes I get from this fragrance is cranberry without a doubt, but it's much more reminiscent of a package of berries that have been dried out- especially with the inclusion of underlying lavender and coffee to settle it down. Not syrupy or tart on the nose whatsoever. An easy to wear scent, albeit predictable and on the "play-it-safe" side of things.
by Doug on Sep 14, 2016
I liked this cologne reasonably well. There are some others I still like better. However this is not a bad choice.
by Roberta on Jun 8, 2016
This is lovely! Not at all what I expected. This unusual scent has notes of coffee and cranberry blended perfectly with a few other woodsy and fruit scents. It smells delicious! A really nice daytime scent for men.
by Kevin on Jun 7, 2016
This is a very powerful and enchanting scent. If there was a definitive "red" scent, this would be it. The notes are stacked very well on top of one another, which all seemingly comes together perfectly.
Polo Red is a very passionate and romantic scent. If you we're looking to charm a woman, you'd want to this, because the essence of it is so captivating, that it's sure to get her heart racing. That's the kind of power that Polo Red has.
It's truly an amazing scent if you'd like to turn the heat up in your life.
Warm and sweet.
by Nick on Mar 17, 2016
This one caught me off guard. I must say I quite like it. I'm by no means a professional reviewer, but I get a very "warm and sweet" feel from this cologne. It's a very relaxing scent, would feel appropriate wearing by a fire. But also a perfect cold weather cologne as it just comes across as warm. There's something about it. I've gotten 2 samples of it so far, can't get enough of it. But definitely not an everyday wear either.
Decent fragrance for young men
by Sean on Oct 10, 2015
This is by no means an excellent fragrance, but I think it is very suitable for young men. Best worn in warmer weather. It has a fruity scent to it.
Sweet and sickening.
by Jeffrey on Jul 28, 2015
This is another type of sweet fragrance that I don't like. I never tried this before until now. This type of sweetness is almost nauseating to me. It has this fruitiness to it, due to the "cranberry" note. Other than that, I can't describe much else about it. I like coffee but I don't smell any "coffee" note in this.
by Nazia on Jun 16, 2015
The top notes of the fragrance are not that interesting, kind of just a fruity spicy blast, but they drydown does get better, with the coffee and amber. The drydown is kind of sweet, kind of animalic, pretty sexy. I could see a woman wearing this scent as well.
Could of been a 4
by Michelle on Apr 25, 2015
This is a good fragrance. Woodsy yet fruity. The only let down is that it doesn't last long! And it also doesn't project well! I wish it did! Good for any age group.
Good Polo fragrance
by Colin on Mar 26, 2015
Polo Red is a classy fragrance that could be worn year round. Longevity is average but projection seems well below average.
Red reminds me a bit of Rochas Man. Top notes include some citrus but I like the coffee and amber notes that make up the base. Definitely one of the better Polo fragrances.
by Heather on Mar 8, 2014
Polo Red is a woody, spicy fragrance combining powerful notes to create an adrenaline rush of key ingredients, including red grapefruit, red saffron, and redwood. The ruby red grapefruit is succulent, zesty, and bold with diametrically opposing bittersweet notes that afford it great versatility and intrigue. Saffron is aromatic and opulent, and is known as the 'king of spices' and also 'red gold.' I've researched saffron, and found it is the most expensive spice in the world, by weight. Smooth yet tenacious, the depth of aroma of this cedarwood gives a rich, smoldering and polished impression! It is absolutely enticing and most certainly full bottle worthy! I plan to purchase a FB today!!