Excerpt: I ordered this for my boyfriend for Christmas.<br />I was worried it wasn't going to arrive before that, but it did. He ended up not even being home for Christmas anyway, but was he ever excited to see that he got it for a present when he did get home, as we had looked high and low for this particular lotion, and weren't able to find it anywhere.<br />Package arrived in decent time, and was in great shape.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering
Summary: This fragrance is a new classic. It's strong (as in tough) but not overpowering. I feel it's appropriate for mid-20s+. (It's probably too 'manly' for teens...although some folks could pull it off.
Summary: I absolutely LOVE Lacoste Pour Homme. Although similar to Hugo Boss No. 6 (Boss Bottled), I seem to get more compliments from Lacoste. They are both wonderful and I have them both in my wardrobe and wear them interchangeably. I would say Lacoste is a bit more formal than the Boss No. 6 (which is a more vanilla, low-woodsy fragrance), and contains a bit more spice. I love them BOTH!
Summary: I gambled on this purchase because I'd never smelled it before and I've never EVER bought a fragrance without trying it out first. The gamble paid off, it smells great, fresh, clean and masculine without being overpowering. Just as an indicator for readers to have an idea of my 'preferred taste' in scents and in no particular order, I wear Luna Rossa, L'eau D'Issey, Dolce & Gabana (original pour homme), Polo Sport, Carolina Herrera, Escape and Egoiste Platinum.
Summary: This is a fake version of the real lacoste pour homme. I compared the bottle to the one i bought from Macy's and it's definitely different. Also, the smell isn't the same either. The seller isn't the real Lacoste.