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Red Shirt (2009)
by Star Trek

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Red Shirt information

Year of Launch2009
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseStar Trek
Parent CompanyGenki Wear

About Red Shirt

Red Shirt's rather appropriate tagline is "because tomorrow may never come". A red shirt is the term used for expendable characters in the long-running TV show. The security forces in the early episodes wore red and often accompanied main characters on landing missions only to meet an untimely end minutes into the mission. Red Shirt features green mandarin, bergamot, lavender, leather and grey musk. The bottle is square with a red lid and comes in a charcoal box featuring a 'red shirt' as seen through what appears to be a weapon view-finder.

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There is one review of Red Shirt.
Red Shirt is kinda strange at first. Starts of crisp and clean but gets a very fruity leather and musk in the end. Seems to go from bad to worse in a way! I rather like the whole concept here. It's not a very complex scent but the stages it goes through before it dies gives it character. NOw this stuff isn't truly amazing or wonderful and it has very low-key quality ingredients but for a clever marketing gimmick, it's very humorous. I'll gladly wear this with my "Ensign Expendable" red shirt on!
12th September, 2009

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