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    Default Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    I'm not interested in which fragrance you like the smell of more, I'm curious about the projection and silage you get in the winter time.

    Which of these two CREEDs do you prefer in the cold air?

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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    aventus

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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    Personally neither (all year-round), but if I had to choose one it would most likely be Aventus.
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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    Aventus.

    But...it depends on where you are going to be. If indoors mostly, then it does not matter which you wear. If mostly outdoors, then def Aventus.
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    Smw

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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewthecologneguy View Post
    Aventus.

    But...it depends on where you are going to be. If indoors mostly, then it does not matter which you wear. If mostly outdoors, then def Aventus.
    yeah, indoors isn't really a problem, its just that I wore SMW today and I feel as though the cold weather really killed the scent. I have no complaints about SMW in the spring/fall/summer.

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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    I'd mostly say Aventus, but really, what you should do is spray your left wrist with one and your right with the other. Give it a few hours and your nose will know. When in doubt, this method has never failed me.
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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    Both of them IMO are fine during any season.

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    Default Re: Which is more suitable for the winter: Silver Mountain Water or Aventus

    For me, SMW has a cold quality about it that lends itself to colder weather. Himalaya too.
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