It smells great, but the downside is definitely that you will 'smell like the mall'. If they didn't pump this through the stores, this would get a thumbs up.
Fierce For Men by Abercrombie & Fitch, 2002
Rated #344 in Fragrances
A particular woody-aromatic with a prickly, orangy and rosey sexy whiff. The elements are well balanced and the formula skilful. The opening is powerhouse with a citrus strong presence and the spicy support by cardamom. The heart of the fragrance is its soul with a neroli-rose-jasmine-rosemary accord placed on a rooty-musky and woody base. The heart is resinous and aromatic because of the nice rosemary, with a sufficient level of captivating almost edible kind of pungent sweetness. The firce roar by pepper and spices is detectable till the end of the development. Not bad.
I don't think the smell is bad, but the reputation it has and the memories that are brought about from the smell are negative. It smells like every mall in North America. If you walk anywhere within a 1-mile radius of an Abercrombie store, you will smell this fragrance. It is worn by the very young (like teens, pre-teens) and is often worn in too high of a dosage. It is VERY strong, and really I think 1/2 of a spray is plenty. And it should absolutely never be worn to class or work or a movie theater or anywhere that would require you to be in close quarters with people for a long period of time. It can get annoying when it is forced upon your nostrils constantly. The smell is nice from a distance, though. When someone walks by, you want to turn and walk in their direction to keep smelling it!
I love this one and is quickly becoming one of my favorites. If you take away the connection to the store, I don't see how the reviewers claim this is for the under 25 crowd. This is the only fragrance that I have that has drawn a compliment from another man at work. Longevity has been very good on my skin and much better than Mont Blanc Legend, which I feel is a very similar scent.
Fierce for men by abercrombie is a great complement puller for night occasions. Longevity is disappointing, and especially struggles in warmer weather. That said, this is a great scent for high schoolers.
I Love this fragrance. It's citrusy yet woodsy and fresh. Smells like an antique store or walking through a woods full of pine trees. Used to wear it every day until I discovered Zara 9.71
It is easy to dismiss this one because the bottle design (which is a picture of a muscular man's torso), but I'm purely judging by the juice. This one is certainly a citrus scent (with a tiny bit of woodsiness in the background). It's certainly something I think I've smelled before, at a mall where young people hang around. With the citrus notes, I think they are a little more pungent and sour than sweet and fresh. I t is a bit masculine but it has a lightness about it though. In the end, I think this wouldn't be bad for a younger audience (under 25, and for those in high school), however at the priceline of $75 for a 3.4 oz, I really think it's a bit pricey for what you are getting and you can certainly do better. I don't think I'll be buying this one, but it's not bad. It's still a good scent overall. It just didn't impress me a lot. Strength: Medium Season: Spring Age: Under 25 Rating: 6 out of 10 Verdict: I'm not particularly urging you to sample this, but if you are curious about this one go for it.
well, for all those still in high school up until the age of twenty five or so, if you're looking for a fragrance that will allure the ladies..look no further a beautifully well crafted citrus,woods and spice fragrance. it was my signature scent for five years
Although this one is very popular, it does the trick and does it well. It is a mixture, it is right on the line of young and classy. However, I feel this may be more suitable for those under 25, not neccesarily because it has a young smell but because it seems very trendy with them and many know it as that. My Rating (1-5): Longetivity: 3.5 Projection: 3 Scent: 4 Overall: 3.5
Masculine? Yes. Girls love it? Yes. So why a neutral rating? This fragrance has a sharp, chemical tone to it that puts me off. The rest of the fragrance is fine. It's warm yet fresh, though it may be this inner struggle that is putting me off it. I wear it for the girls not for me. Like girls wear high heels to look good but at the cost of their own comfort. Try first. If you like it. You're one lucky son of a gun.
Fierce For Men by Abercrombie & Fitch, 2002
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