Hard working men don't have time to mess around with messy sprays that leave them smelling like they were attacked by the perfume lady at the mall. They need a fool-proof way to smell good on the go. This concentrated cologne balms melt at your fingertips for precision scent application.
These Duke Cannon solid cologne traveling tins are perfect for leather briefcases, gym bags, or desk drawers. Made with natural and organic ingredients. A 1.5 oz tin lasts a good long time even with multiple applications per day.
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How To Use: Gently rub fingers along the balm and then precisely apply to your pulse points (wrist, neck, etc.) The travel-friendly tin allows for a couple applications a day if desired.
The Open Skies scent is very subtle and certainly a crowd pleaser. The fragrance is crisp and light and smells like fresh mountain air after the rain, not like your grandma's living room.
This special issue Light Musk + Neroli scent will not be around long. The fragrance starts with a lively blend of crisp greens, neroli, and citrus notes, then transitions to an alluring base of sandalwood, amber, and light musk. Smells like taking a dip in a clear, mountain stream on a sunny day, not a visit to a shopping mall kiosk. An inviting scent that is perfect for a night on the town at a restaurant with cloth napkins.
The Bourbon Solid Cologne offers a woodsy, oak barrel scent inspired by the rack houses at our favorite place in the world, the Buffalo Trace Distillery.
This special issue Vetiver + Oakmoss scent will not be around long. A collision of modern and classic profiles, the scent starts with bright, modern notes of fresh air that give way to sophisticated base notes of sandalwood, vetiver, and oakmoss. Smells like an evening walk through a lush, green field after a light rain, not an overly air-conditioned motel room in Scottsdale.
The Cedarwood scent has just a hint of smoke for a classically rugged, refined, and distinctive profile. Does not smell like you had one too many at Marge's Bar in Itasca, IL.