Adidas Victory League Deodorant Spray for Men
Adidas was on sale in my local shop a few weeks ago so I decided to buy a couple of Adidas products like the Adidas Victory League Deodorant Spray for Men. It's not a very attractive can but because I was previously surprised when I used another Deodorant Spray of Adidas I decided to give it a go. The Adidas Victory League Deodorant Spray for Men contains 150ml. The can is easy to use and on the back you find all the information about the product itself so no complains there.
The Adidas Victory League Deodorant Spray for Men isn't quiet bad as I assumed when thinking about that bottle color. The spray has a quiet sweet scent but still gives you a nice fresh feeling. It smells more like pineapple so not a bad smell at all. It's really refreshing and gives you a clean and good feeling while using it. It's a strong smell when using it but I do notice that it doesn't stay long. The scent is quickly away but it does give me a fresh feeling.
Does it prevents me from actually sweating? Well I didn't really test it by going running or something, but I like the Adidas products and think they are good preventing sweating. I never really sweat a lot and I still smell nice so I think the product does ok in this department.
I do enjoy the Adidas Victory League Deodorant Spray as I think it smell lovely and gives me a really fresh feeling when using it. It's sweet at the same time so I really wakes you up nicely. The can contains 150ml which means for me the spray will take about a month, depending on how many times I use it a day. The only problem I sometimes have with Adidas is that the smell is strong while spraying it but afterward the smell is nowhere to be found. It's a little bit a disappointment when you notice the smell is gone. Overal the deodorant is really nice and I will buy it again when there's another sale on.
I've never seen this before, but ended up picking up a tin in the Poundshop, for the bargain price of - you guessed it a solitary £1.
I've used a few Adidas sprays and they always seem to work well enough. Most of the smells from them seem the same, whereas I find with Lynx you get a lot of different scents.
I get the impression that this can is trying to look expensive, but I think with the yellow-gold colouring it looks a little cheap. The colouring suits with the black as well, but i'm not much fussed about the design of the packaging of a thing, it's what's inside that counts. The tin is a 150ml tin, which lasted an alright amount of time.
The spray from this comes out quite fast and gives good coverage.
The smell of this is a mixture of Woody and Musky. It smells quite a warm smell and seems to last a good amount of time as well. It does lack the more "sophisticated" scent of Lynx, but it doesn't smell cheap either.
I would buy it again for £1, but have seen other similar Adidas Sprays in shops for around the £2 mark, and I don't think I would pay that for it. I will look out for other ones in the range as well, as i'm sure they are worth a try.
This keeps you fresh and dry with a nice lingering scent.
Quite frankly the thought of spraying on a fragrance that makes me smell like a chocolate bar isn't high on my agenda as I approach that age where life is really supposed to start at, I left Lynx at roughly the same time I stopped buying Kouros and stonewashed Jeans, you know the one I mean, the white soft ceramic bottle with the chrome edge...and no in 20 years it hasn't changed but thankfully I have and so are my, shall we say "fragrance needs."
Okay so generally speaking us men aren't very complicated beings for sure, if the t-shirt we threw on the bedroom floor last night only suffered one minor crease and still smells acceptable we'll do our best to rinse another day out of said garment.
I draw the line at socks and underwear though, those things are one day wonders for sure. Which leads me to the subject of smell.
What I like about this particular fragrance is the spicy musk fragrance it has, I can't quite put my finger on it but its got woody, pepper undertones which are enhanced with a sweeter spicier note.
Its not a spray designed for underarm and its best used for just after the shower once you've dried off, just get liberal with this and you're set for the day.
There are other fragrances in the Adidas range which I found were either too much like Lynx or were just a bit too much on the citrus side and unless you're willing to pay out vast sums for the Ted Baker or Paul Smith ranges of fragrances the options for men in general are I think a bit disappointing in terms of choice.
So if like me your spotty days of being 17 are far behind you and Lynx isn't on the agenda and you're also still too young to put Old Spice down on your Santa list then give this a shot.
Longevity - Fragrance is not overpowering but will last all day and remains subtle, it'll also scent your t-shirt nicely too.
Price - Prices vary but expect to pay in the region of about £1.85 for the 150ml
Stockists - Tesco's, Boots and Superdrug
Range - Shower Gel also available in the same fragrance.