Extremely generic sporty dynamic juice with an aromatic (almost minty) grapefruit/orange prominent beginning, a floral (jasmine) heart and a final woody ambergris dry down. Any trace of tobacco or smokiness, just an ordinary gym (shower-foam) smell nice as after shower deodorant. Not particularly synthetic but frankly utterly useless.
Very synthetic citrus and jasmine and then wood - brief indeed: it is gone after well less than an hour on my skin.
Great scent for younger or even middle-aged, sporty men. Reminds me of Hugo Man by Hugo Boss. Generic, college, teenagers you say? Where have you been? It's 2013 AD! You've got college kids wearing vetivers, A-mens, knock-offs of the horrible Terre d'Hermes, unisex aouds smelling like roses, sickly gourmands or spicy aquatics with the same wimpy expensive-smelling drydown woody drydown and it makes me sick.
This is not generic any more. This smells masculine and so 90's. I have yet to smell a better casual fragrance released after the year 2000! Really.
Depending on the bottle version longevity may vary.
To my nose grapefruit is the most dominant note here. This is followed closely by juniper, and hints of sandalwood and pineapple are also apparent. A very pleasant scent indeed and a good day to day fragrance for the warmer months. Unlike a few of the other reviews I’ve found longevity and projection to be very good indeed. I usually get 5 - 6 hours myself which is quite impressive for a drug store scent. Definitely one of the better Adidas fragrances; and for lovers of citrusy scents on a tight budget definitely one to try.
This may not be over-powering, but the jasmine in the middle notes smells cheap and that can be annoying. No projection or sillage, I might as well not wear a cologne at all. I'd spend my money on something better.