Summary: I picked up [i]Armani Code Sport[/i] this weekend and ended up returning it. The review I plan on posting to BN: Armani Code Sport is a very light and simple sport fragrance. Despite grapefruit not appearing in the Mid/Heartnotes, it's the main focus of this scent and is actually not bad. To experience Armani Code Sport, try the following: chew a stick of spearmint gum for half an hour, then set aside. Cut a grapefruit in half and remove the fruit, also setting aside.
Summary: Mediocre, but not terrible More fresh, sprightly and crisp than its namesake. Still too sweet and artificial to these nostrils. And the price tag is just ridiculous. O Armani: if you have such great taste, why are your juices so weak and synthetic? Come on, take a chance for once in your life!
Summary: I got a tester from the store (thank you Nordstrom's) and found the scent clean and refreshing; however, it just wasn't my style. Unlike most of my testers, this one didn't get used up and was thrown away after several different occasions to try it out. Definitely not on my "to purchase" list.
Summary: Great smell but nothing actually new. It doesnt reminds me of original Armani Code. It's almost all citric lemons and oranges. Sillage, projection and lasting power are medium. Reminds me a lot of Cartier Declaration Cologne and Dior Homme Sport.
Summary: This fragrance immediately smells quite masculine and sexy but over time it leaves a subtle woody hint that really does last for hours. This is the ideal fragrance for the man that has a bit of class. Perfect to wear to work as will not be too distracting, but also great for dates to give just the right impression. It isn't the cheapest but I think it's well worth the money as it has staying power.