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Flowing Man (2003)
by Puma

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Flowing Man information

Year of Launch2003
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 14 votes)

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About Flowing Man

Flowing Man is a masculine fragrance by Puma. The scent was launched in 2003

Reviews of Flowing Man

I got a bottle of this as a Christmas present from an aunt a couple of years ago. In my opinion Flowing is an utterly boring and generic "sporty" fragrance. At first there are some citrusy notes and maybe a hint of mint, as well. After those fresh and green scents have settled down you'll get some oriental woody whiffs. It's not unpleasant but it severely lacks imagination. I would pass.
28th August, 2014
Well, it's Puma, what do you expect, Comme des Garcons' avant-garde approach with the craftsmanship of Guerlain and the richness of a Serge Lutens'? Adidas, Lacoste... give these guys a break. They're sports colognes. After a sweaty tennis match I sure as heck want to spray myself with a heavy oriental like Shalimar! Yes indeedy! *sarcasm!*

Perfectly simple smell. A huge "duh" to say it's highly synthetic. It opens with a crisp greenish citrus and has the base of a very small clean woody patchouli and musk. An herbs and spices accord in the middle which is really enjoyable, mixes with the woody drydown and, wait for it.... flows right into the rest of the drydown. Not bad.
09th June, 2009
Wahay!

Not.

Fresh, thin, light, little bit fruity, weak. Lasts about half an hour.


Wholeheartedly useless.
03rd February, 2009
Puma Flowing smells great!
Perfect and cheap!
Better then all the other colognes of the Puma line...
24th June, 2008

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