Balenciaga Pour Homme is an oriental (woody) and once you've worn it consistently shares little in common with Kouros (fougere) other than the mild accord which is ultimately a relatively minor part of Balenciaga Pour Homme. Another positve is that it's one of the least sweet orientals so it's easier to consistently wear.
There's nothing else like it. It's a large fragrance "...which rounds out of cabochon the olfactive edges that one believed sharp." Sensual and refined, it also smells incredible on women.
It's not that expensive. Just buy the bottle. You'll be glad you did. It only requires three sprays at most and your set. A bottle will last a long time. I own two large bottles and have barely used an eighth (if that) of the first one.