Gentlemen, where are you applying the stuff?
I think 'areas of application' may be the way to approach this problem. A*Men, unless you're a manequin, lasts for centuries.
If one is only applying the fragrances to wrists, neck, and other exposed areas, then there's your reason for its brevity. I suggest applying your fragrance an hour before you're going out the door and also recommend applying fragrance to chest, legs, and where ever else you are so inclined.
With A*Men, as an example, just a little bit with last a long time. But remember when you apply a frag to an area that will not be covered up by clothing then the frag will surely only last a few hours.
Also, finally, an inexpensive, unscented body moisturizer will add longevity without really changing the notes of the frag you intend on wearing. After showering, apply moisturizer accordingly to the areas to be enhanced with scent, then apply fragrance. Voila!
*These are suggestions only. Any attempt to read them as Noble winning theories are very muched discouraged.
Have a great weekend!