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Adidas Sport Fever (2002)
by Adidas


Adidas Sport Fever information

Year of Launch2002
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 12 votes)

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Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Beauty

About Adidas Sport Fever

Adidas Sport Fever is a masculine fragrance by Adidas. The scent was launched in 2002

Adidas Sport Fever fragrance notes

Reviews of Adidas Sport Fever

Wise Owl Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Oranges! Lots of oranges and citrus is exactly what Adidas Sport Fever smells like. It's essentially Eau d'Orange Verte on a budget. However unlike the Hermes creation the need to reapply every five minutes is not needed. This is a rare example of where a similar smelling drugstore scent out performs a designer. So if you're a fan of the Hermes fragrance then this is a really nice inexpensive alternative.
26th December, 2011
This one's a little hard for me to describe, at least politely. Regardless of the notes, each and every one smells entirely synthetic, almost as if every aspect of this frag was somehow created with shavings of an old tire. The predominant (overwhelming) charactaristic of this scent is this bizzare, waxy musk-like smell. The only way I can really describe this is an attempt to create artificial must.

No, I didn't screw up the spelling of "musk". I mean "must": Though slang it may be, it refers to that lovely, mildewey, half rotten stink of sweaty gym clothes rolled in a bundle and forgotton, only to be unraveled two weeks later and found to still be damp in the center. Think wearing the same socks for a week, stuffing them each night into te tops of your shoes so the footsweat never dissapates.

Beyond this strange, powerful robo-must, there's a hint of orange. It's also rather artificial, but still realistic enough to make envision orange peels slowly dessicating in the wastebin.

All that aside, I'm not hating this either. It's not unpleasant, and it blends nicely with one's own body funk at the end of a hot day, and seems to come out strong when excercising (though dims and all but dissapears very quickly otherwise). I've kept the bottle and worn it now and again, but more because I find myself drawn to its novelty than because I actually want to smell of sweaty robot.

Also the shower gel (waste not, want not!) is considerably more pleasant, perhaps because it seems milder and is instantly gone with the suds. The deoderant stick simply lies; it neither works nor provides the promised "24-hour fragrance". Works for keeping one's undercarriage slightly less funktastic, though.
17th May, 2009 (last edited: 10th June, 2009)
Like people said, smells like oragnes. I also used to love the smell of oranges, but now I'm starting to re-think about it...
30th November, 2008
This scent is a very straightforward, simple and attractive fresh orange fragrance. The longevity is dismal and the sillage is ok –for a couple of minutes.
I gave a try at this on 2 occasions: before and during exercise. Before, the scent had limitations and it seemed like a very cheap but thankfully unsweet fragrance. Nothing to be amazed at but nice.
During my time at the gym, things got more interesting: everything improved, even the longevity. So I’d say it’s nice for exercise and for very, very hot days. I never thought of it as a cheapo scent, only a simple one. Strangely enough, a lot of women don’t find this attractive upon first sniff, but then again the ones I asked about this one only smelled it from the bottle, so that’s not fair.
10th November, 2006
Smells like oranges to me and it dont last long..... To bad I loves the smell of oranges.
25th December, 2005 (last edited: 23rd March, 2006)

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