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    Default Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Is the original Polo worthy of a spot in a small collection of fragrances?

    Is Polo the most clasic early 1980's fragrance? Was it popular? Is there a better choice to represent 1980-1985 for a popular fragrance?

    Should I spend $50 on a 2 ounce bottle, $70 on a 4 ounce bottle, or should I save the money for another fragrance?

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    Default Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Is the original Polo worthy of a spot in a small collection of fragrances?

    Is Polo the most clasic early 1980's fragrance? Was it popular? Is there a better choice to represent 1980-1985 for a popular fragrance?

    Should I spend $50 on a 2 ounce bottle, $70 on a 4 ounce bottle, or should I save the money for another fragrance?

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Just my opinion - No.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    It's a classic and a good one to add to your collection if you like frags from the 70's/80's. It is not as good as it was in it's day due to reformulation and it has gained a bad rep through the years due to people over applying it.

    I would also look into Fahrenheit as that has faired better over the years.

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    It's all accorning to your tastes. I'd get Terre d'Hermes EDT if I were you (if you don't already have it). It's a more modern selection. Burberry London also might fit your tastes if you like Polo. Tom Ford Italian Cypress is excellent but outrageously expensive.

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    Have you put your nose on any of it?

    If you like it, buy it.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    If your goal had been to gather a large collection with "coverage" of many different genres of scents, then I could agree with including Polo in it. But as your collection is small, you should only get it (or any other scent, for that matter) if you really, really like it, and can see yourself using it frequently.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I wouldn't add any Polo to my wardrobe...

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    IMO no unless you really like it and you know you'll be wearing it (in which case you wouldnt be asking). But I wouldn't do it just to feel my collection is complete.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Where to begin.....Yes it is a classic, one of the ones that started this whole thing we all love so much. Yes it should be in most mens collections over 30+ in age. Now the bad part, new formula isn't near as good as original. That being said new Polo still smells way better than most of the new fresh/aqua/teenie scents that are flooding the market. Check ebay for a better buy on a bottle than the prices you mentioned. Or for that matter if you like more "old school" style scents try Safari by Ralph Lauren, very nice, very mature, and less worn than Polo, although I have met alot of young people who have never smelled Polo, so it may be unique when worn in certain circles.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    A better, cleaner powerhouse/masculine scent from that era would be VanCleef & Arpels pour homme.
    But Polo original (green) is pretty good too. I have a current formulation of this that seems to have a somewhat different scent and lacks the longevity of the old stuff, but maybe I need to test it some more.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I remember this being popular when I was a wee lad. My dad had it at some point. I tried it, and remember cringing at the opening but liking the dry down. It definitely smells of the 80s, but it's been a while since I smelled it, so I can't be too specific.

    For the price ranges you propose, I'd get something else. Looking at the scents released that year, Azzaro pour Homme would be another hugely popular one to consider- cheaper, too.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    it's a very good fragrance, if you can appreciate old school tastes and dont mind smelling like peoples dads

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    Quote Originally Posted by protector View Post
    If your goal had been to gather a large collection with "coverage" of many different genres of scents, then I could agree with including Polo in it. But as your collection is small, you should only get it (or any other scent, for that matter) if you really, really like it, and can see yourself using it frequently.
    Spot on. I used it (vintage) occasionally over the years, but would not make it part of a small
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    The vintage original Polo is an exceptionally great fragrance that should be in every man's wardrobe, large or small. Just make sure it is the vintage juice.
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    No doubt!

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Yes. And add Polo Double Black to it also.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    There is that little question of whether you would actually like to wear it. Having something classic "of an era" sitting on a shelf unused and unloved is not the proper fate of any self-respecting fragrance. I enjoyed it, still kinda do, but no longer wear it. Yes, I'm ancient. It was very popular in the 80's, so if you are trying to set up a fragrance "greatest hits" collection, it should probably be there. If you're not sure how much you love it, opt for the smaller bottle.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    IMO there should be a spot in just about every male wardrobe and a lot of female wardrobes for Polo.
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    Since the modern version of Polo is a shadow of the original, I'd actually recommend Escencia Loewe instead. To me, it's so much more robust and nuanced at the same time.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Quote Originally Posted by smellgood4u View Post
    Is the original Polo worthy of a spot in a small collection of fragrances?

    Is Polo the most clasic early 1980's fragrance? Was it popular? Is there a better choice to represent 1980-1985 for a popular fragrance?

    Should I spend $50 on a 2 ounce bottle, $70 on a 4 ounce bottle, or should I save the money for another fragrance?
    Yes. Maybe. Yes. I don't think so. Yes, yes, no.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    It's a nice preppy scent. Mind you it's difficult to wear due to its strong nature. With modest application, wearing it outdoors is a real treat.
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    The original formula is probably in my Top 3 all time. Along with GIT and Kouros.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I'm generally going to agree with what most people here are saying. Get your nose round it and decide for yourself whether you like it enough to buy - it's on sale at so many outlets that it can't be hard to find somewhere to sniff it.

    Personally, I don't like it enough to buy it - it's ok, but it doesn't grab me. But I definitely would not recommend a blind purchase, especially not for a "small" wardrobe. (But then, I have no idea what "small" means to you - my collection of 30-something fragrances is excessively large to some of my friends, but tiny compared to some I've seen here at basenotes )

    If you were to record your actual wardrobe here, it would let others get some idea of what kind of things you like, and we would be able to help you more with questions like this.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    If you can find the vintage Polo, then I would say go for it because it is much different than today's Polo. Otherwise, wait and add something else. I believe Jack Hunter mentioned Fahrenheit. I would recommend Fahrenheit Absolute as it's darker and more intriguing.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I quite like it, but wouldn't include it in my arsenal if I were trying to keep my collection small since I wouldn't use it enough. However, you should give it a sampling and see if it works for you.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I think you need at least one 1980s powerhouse in the rotation.

    Other good choices with a similar Polo green vibe would be Giorgio for Men and Aramis Havana.

    All three are deadly if overapplied.

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    It was what I wore while in the Navy back in '83. It reminds me of being skinny and awkward adn vibrant and alive.
    No, I'll pass. At this point it's a-been there done that feeling for me. Similar to others from that era, Jovan Musk, Jacomo de Jacomo, Z-14 and 1_12, Kouros, Jess Bell Skin Musk, Jovan Grass Oil.

    I say: If you love it, hug it. l:artisan Fou d'Absinthe is the Polo of my here and now.

    If Polo makes you feel good without trying to feel cool, then do buy.

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    Yatagan is more of a lumber jack with a mustache version of Polo from a similar era. Beaver mounting Pine Tree after peeing feel.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    IMO-No. Save your money for another fragrance.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    It was what I wore while in the Navy back in '83. It reminds me of being skinny and awkward adn vibrant and alive.
    No, I'll pass. At this point it's a-been there done that feeling for me. Similar to others from that era, Jovan Musk, Jacomo de Jacomo, Z-14 and 1_12, Kouros, Jess Bell Skin Musk, Jovan Grass Oil.

    I say: If you love it, hug it. l:artisan Fou d'Absinthe is the Polo of my here and now.

    If Polo makes you feel good without trying to feel cool, then do buy.

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    Yatagan is more of a lumber jack with a mustache version of Polo from a similar era. Beaver mounting Pine Tree after peeing feel.
    Your nostrils, which will dilate immesurably in unspeakable contentment, in motionless ecstasy, will ask nothing better for space, for they will be full of fragrance, as if perfumes and incense; for they will be glutted with complete happiness, like angels who dwell in the peace and magnificence of pleasent heaven.
    (From Maldoror by Comte de Lautreamont)

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I would say your money would be better spent on Modern Reserve. I have never had the opportunity to try the original formulation of Polo, but some have said that Modern Reserve is closer to the original. Ignoring that hearsay I think MR is a wonderful fragrance and it is getting harder to find. It used to be readily available at Macy's but now is not even listed in their system.
    If you've never tried it seek it out. Since the bottles are so similar I would bet that most department store counters actually have a tester of this tucked away somewhere and not realize it.
    At around $72 for a 4oz bottle I think it's a good buy as well.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    If you'r looking for quality scents from 70-80-ies, I would rather go for Chanel Antaeus and Cartier Santos. Much better scents imo.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    In my opinion, yes, a well-made and comparatively affordable classic.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Original Polo...NO.
    Polo Modern reserve...YES.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I bought it after reading all the good reviews and did NOT like it at all. IMO, it smells dated and just so typical of that 'cologne guy's' cologne (not the LeMale cologne guy, the older cologne guy, like your uncle who wears too much cologne). But if that's what you're going for, then by all means....

    However, you may want to sample it first. Should be easy enough to find a sample of.
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    Any one would love to have polo and polo modern reserve in their collection. Forget about weather it is a vintage or not. You would see people giving great compliments.

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    try it, if you like it just go for it!
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I have what I believe to be the current formulation, have given it a few tests, and I say forget it.
    Scent is different, not quite as good as it used to be, and longevity is just incredibly bad. I think they've really messed it up, from what it used to be.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I think the reformulation is better.

    In the 80s, it had a more "menthol" vibe. Now, since the reformulation, it smells like burning wood. It's not just me that think that. The 80s version and today's reformulation are really two very different scents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JickyMan View Post
    It was what I wore while in the Navy back in '83. It reminds me of being skinny and awkward adn vibrant and alive.
    No, I'll pass. At this point it's a-been there done that feeling for me. Similar to others from that era, Jovan Musk, Jacomo de Jacomo, Z-14 and 1_12, Kouros, Jess Bell Skin Musk, Jovan Grass Oil.

    I say: If you love it, hug it. l:artisan Fou d'Absinthe is the Polo of my here and now.

    If Polo makes you feel good without trying to feel cool, then do buy.

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    Yatagan is more of a lumber jack with a mustache version of Polo from a similar era. Beaver mounting Pine Tree after peeing feel.
    Thank you for your serivce and God bless you!

    I will give Fou d'Absinthe a try if I can find it.

    The main reason I want to add polo to my collection is it's a part of history. I don't love the scent, but I don't hate it. It's very loud. Polo would have a purpouse in my collection, on days where I don't want to spray something I like, 1 spray of Polo to the chest would work all day. It would stop any body odor. lol. I think of original Polo like deodorant. Unlike fragrances I love and tend to spray 7-10 times that get used up quickly, I think a bottle of Polo could last a decade with only 1 spray used every other week.

    I wish I could find the original version of this because I do not remember what it smelled like. All I get now is a lot of pine and woods. I think Polo would be so much better with a hint of sweetness, something to round out the harsh pine. But it does cover up BO so I guess that's its main purpose.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    just ignore all the animosity towards Polo since its a product of a typical basenote snobbishness. In my opinion Polo "classic" has a place in any collection as one of the most remarkable fragrances of the past 25 years, just like Kouros and Fahrenheit. All 3 are titanic juices that will prevail, just like Chanel No 5.
    Polo Modern Reserve is also a fantastic fragrance, you should get both.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    If you have a few fragrances then the answer would probably be no.

    If you refer to your fragrances as a "collection", then yes.

    IMO Polo is the most legendary of all fragrances. No, it doesn't smell quite like I remembered it, but it is still quite good.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Quote Originally Posted by ralmeida View Post
    Since the modern version of Polo is a shadow of the original, I'd actually recommend Escencia Loewe instead. To me, it's so much more robust and nuanced at the same time.
    Agree. I've been doing more testing with a small bottle of the current formulation of Polo, and it really isn't the same. The scent is different, though not bad. What is bad is the longevity. Just dreadful compared to the old juice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian M View Post
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    If you like it, buy it.
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Just done a side by side comparison of the recent formulation and a much older vintage.....the difference is marked. Do seek out the vintage if at all possible!

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    I wore Polo in High School in thr early 1980s. I recently purchased the new formulation in a gift set from Perfumania. It smells exactly as I remember durin my HS days. The longevity on me is easily 8 hours or more.

    Concerning Modern Reserve, does anyone have a recommendation on where this can still be purchased?
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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    The answer? Yes.

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    I have the new green bottle but it disappoints me as it has lost all the bitter smokey herb tones of the old one which was the character and essence of the scent IMO.
    It has become weak and sweet, oh no!

    So i would very much be interested to hear from anyone commenting the modern reserve.

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    Default Re: Polo (1978) ~ Add it to the rotation? Does Polo deserve a spot in a small collection?

    Bought a new bottle last month...I owned it in 1983. The top note is different but it quickly dries down to the same frag. I remember. All in all, It has great longevity, projection, and sillage. My wife loves it on me. Honestly It lasts and projects better than ANY $300 bottle of Creed. Quite impressive for $30 on EBAY!!!!!!
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