I bought a bottle of this blind and then sold it soon after. The topnotes definitely had something salty and sea-like. But that vanished within probably a minute or two. After that, the word that comes to mind is sage. To me it smelled very dry, and herbal, almost like kitchen herbs but kitchen herbs still in the wild. And there is stayed. I think it reminded me of Smalto Pour Homme. It just wasn't my thing. If the topnote had stayed though, I think it would have kept my interest and I might have held onto the bottle. If you like sage, and dry, almost dusty, herbal types of scents, it's worth seeking out a bottle.
(As an aside, this is sort of what I expected Lonestar Memories to smell like, this with the addition of the leather note. I was surprised that LM wasn't more like this actually, with the dusty sage notes that make me think of the southwestern US.)