Pros: Well blended, decent longevity
Cons: The new version doesn't deserve to be called Old Spice
My initiation with perfumes in High School was Aqua Velva (wasn't everybody's then) but became bored pretty soon, I moved up to English Leather (still in HS) but after just one bottle I couldn't stand it anymore, so I switch to Old Spice. I loved it, in college all I used was OS, the AS, the soap (in the rope), deodorant etc, and for over 30 years I was so happy with it (and everybody else it seems because I always was complimented for the way I smelled) It never crossed my mind to use anything else until I met the girl that became my second wife, she hated it so I started to look for alternatives. And that initiated the craziness I am involved now, with over 500 perfumes in my wardrobe, and growing almost everyday now.
I should point out that the OS that I liked was made by Shulton, and that was a great perfume, but today's is made by Procter and Gamble and is not even the shadow of its former self. I have smelled it a myriad of times in the supermarket and/or drugstore and being repulsed every single time by its nastiness. My review here is for the P&G version because that is what is available to us.
Well, that foul concoction doesn't deserve to be called Old Spice, it is a shame and a mockery for all us us that loved so much the Shulton version.
I am wiping the tears of my face thinking in the crime committed against a classic.