Escada Sport Feeling Free is a very fresh, clean scent — light, aquatic, not too sweet, not too floral — just a very enticing aroma that makes one feel like spring and the outdoors. The fragrance has a rather casual grace to it. Its top notes are a well-balanced and natural smelling floral and aquatic accord linearly carried over through the mid notes. The base is an extremely discreet sandalwood, rose, musk, and myrrh — ordinarily strong notes that somehow manage to retain the opening airiness and freshness. It’s as clean and refreshing as a dryer softener sheet, and that’s not a put-down. Perfectly named, it’s a scent that should not have been discontinued.
29th August, 2006 (last edited: 10th March, 2008)
Very refreshing and marine like, it really does smell like it's name. It almost smells like sophisticated soda pop. It's fizzy yet complicated and rich enough to be a wonderful perfume. However, I'ld only wear this scent whilst doing leisurely activities as this does seem to intensify the smell of B.O.
Some of the notes are: lavender, passionflower and bergamot; sandalwood, amber and freesia. It's refreshing, casual, but has a personality of its own, it's like that cool girl you met while summer vacationing and you're never going to forget, she's free-spirited, beautiful, and somehow makes you think of water fairies.
The best of the escada sport line, it's sadly discontinued. It smelled like rain dops and one of the real acuatic scents without them saying so. Very airy too, it does feel like you are free of something that's dragging you down. A happy fresh scent, not sweet at all, the drydown is good a bit musky and wet , not too long lasting and simple, but it's a very very good scent.