~For the evening,perhaps even better in the fall.~
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29 April 2014
Summary: Legend by Michael Jordan marks my return to the arena of buying cologne, the first time in more than 8 years. While it will never become a mainstay for me, this trip shows a totally different, much more mature man than the one who purposely left off from buying cologne. My preference is oils, since the smell lasts so much longer at a fraction of the cost, and no. I do not care for designer scents in oils.
Summary: I am not going to lie. Michael Jordan Legend is a great fragrance. It's not amazing. It's just great. And it's a celebrity fragrance to boot! Why it doesn't cost half an arm and a leg? I don't know, but wow--it's like something your rich uncle gives you because he's already got a backup bottle stashed away somewhere in his closet (along with his 200+ other fragrances). The perfume snobs say it smells like Rochas Man and New Haarlem Bond. I don't know.
Summary: Michael Jordan Legend cologne is a great fragrance. It smells exactly like Pi by Givenchy for men, but for a fraction of the price. even after an entire day of use, the scent continues to remain. I usually put it on in the morning, after I take a shower; before I go to sleep at night, I take a shower, small hints of vanilla remain on spots where I placed the cologne.
Summary: Alot of people will not agree with the smell. I personally think its a situational smell that can't be worn in everyday situations. Because of its composition, I would restrict using this to a cold winter night.
Summary: Wrong! Jeeeeeeeez, they're selling this for under $20?! I'd have paid over double that if I had smelled this blindfolded in a department store. No joke. This gourmand is lovely. I can think of zero reasons not to buy this. Even if you don't like gourmands, buy it as a gift to someone. I don't care if you are a collector or just think ha the average guy looking to try out your first gourmand, buy this.