A lot of sports frags either smell like the original, or stink like something else. The saga continues....This might work for a high school kid (No pun intended), but for a grown man....Naw. This frag is kind of nauseating. Kind of reminds me of that dude in the gym who is killing people with an overdose of cologne. Don't waste your money on this one. Gucci should pay me for wearing this!
Gucci By Gucci Sport Pour Homme by Gucci, 2010
Rated #5667 in Fragrances
Im sorry but i cant stand this fragrance. Extremely synthetic with a harsh fig note thats too loud. Lasting power is weak, same with projection. Good sillage in the first minutes, then fades out .Definetly thumbs down.
very weak light veviter. comparable to mugler cologne but even lighter. not worth the big bucks gucci asks for. try a sample before buying the big bottle.
Gucci by Gucci PH would be quite good only if it was stronger. So, they make something even weaker and call it "Sport". I've got nothing else to say about this one.
Conventional (in the same vein of the new Trussardi Uomo for instance) but honestly well made. It's masculine, aqueous (for a part of the development), aromatic and finally almost smooth but even averagely dry. This is basically a vetiver dominant juice to me but the note is softened and "civilized" by the implementation of soothing elements as fig and ambrette. A lovely note of juniper berries (on the side of the conifers) exudes an aromatic vibe, a mossy patchouli (labdanum?) imprints a sort of shadowy green-grey aura around and the final ambrette (on the side of the fig note) provides a soothing final depth. The juice is anyway initially citrusy and peppery but never too much angular. A comforting sporty juice for the lovers of the genre. Not bad.
The more "sport" scents I try, the less I'm impressed. They all smell the same. There's nothing that stands out. Now...I teach eighth graders...so my room and our hallways reek of Axe all day, every day. These sport scents remind me of my hundreds of teenagers. However...I'm a fairly "sporty" guy, so these kinds of colognes seem more...me. My wife likes these scents on me more than I do. Initially, nothing stood out to me about Gucci Sport. It was weak, and brief. Then...on the last day of my sample, I re-applied it in the early afternoon. For some reason, the scent was stronger and sweeter than it ever had been before...and it lasted longer as well. When my wife came home, she kissed me hello...smelled me...gave a MMMMM...and kissed me harder. That was unexpected. So...I'm not ready to buy it, but I'm not ready to quit on it either. I think I'll give it another try when the weather warms up again in 2013.
really good scent ! fresh,green. it's not heavy. unfortunately it doesn't last for long.
It seems every house in the market has to have a sport scent now. It's really depressing. At least Gucci's is nice. In the vein of Perry Ellis 360 Red, which is a cousin of Acqua di Gio, GbGS is a fuzzy green citrus scent with a charming yet modest demeanor. It opens bright and a little tart, sweetens a bit along the progression to base, and ends up a bland, skin-close lemony-vetiver-whatever. Despite that sounding like a less than glowing review I am keeping in mind that this is meant to be a scent for active, athletic people, and taking this into account I feel it's fitting this niche admirably. If picking up chicks at track meets is your thing (and you can't find PE 360 Red) this might be the one for you.
Many find this fragrance bland, boring and unoriginal, a scent that didn't live up to the expectations set by the original Gucci by Gucci pour Homme. I don't agree. I find Gucci by Gucci Sport a deliciously refreshing scent, perfect for hot Summer days and sporty activities. This fragrance opens with a watery burst of fizzy grapefruit, mint and greenery. It reminds me slightly of cooling cucumber, however it may be the cypress that makes me feel this way. The sillage is moderate, so it doesn't overpower. It just lingers softly on the skin, catching whiffs of it here and there. I like the sporty concept, although for some I know, they find it too predictable and overdone. Let's just say that I live with a man that frequents the gym quite regularly, and when he wears heavy deoderants or colognes it makes him smell absolutely repulsive. However lighter scents, like Cool Water by Davidoff, Hei by Alfred Sung and fragrances like this one, last the duration of the workout and don't clash with a male's natural perspiration. The cardamon, ambrette seeds and patchouli gives this fragrance a wonderfully grounded earthiness. However for those that detest patchouli, I guarantee that in this fragrance it does not dominate. The scent remains fresh and light throughout the composition. Gucci by Gucci Sport keeps growing on me. Its clean, menthol-like scent, makes me long for the hot weather and hot men. Cheeky I know, it's the fragrance doing the talking, not me I swear.
Guccis male fragrance offerings have been distinctly lacklustre in recent years, but perhaps Sport meanders closer to the winners enclosure than any of the current crop. As long as you can negotiate the rather acrid mandarin and grapefruit opening, Sport does develop into something approaching a fresh, fougeresque stridency. However, the lack of impetus and potency sees the early promise slither away. The rather predictable descent into an almost imperceptible and generic drydown fatally wounds it.
Gucci By Gucci Sport Pour Homme by Gucci, 2010
|Top Notes||grapefruit, mandarin|
|Middle Notes||cypress, fig, cardamom, juniper berry|
|Base Notes||fig, vetiver, ambrette, patchouli|
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