Nautica Classic Cologne Review

Nautica Classic Cologne for Men was the first cologne released by Nautica in 1992. It has been around for 25 years now which is proof of its quality and that it’s still popular enough to be made and sold in stores everywhere. This is an aquatic fragrance which is obviously evident by its name. Even the bottle is shaped in sort of a “D” and is ocean blue in color giving you the feeling that you’re on the beach just relaxing and enjoying the sound of waves as they crash against the shore. It’s a great smell for teenagers who are just starting to explore the world of colognes and perfumes trying to figure out what works best for them. It also provides a really fresh smell which will suit the energized life of a teenager as he goes about discovering himself and the world around him.

Nautica Classic Cologne for Men is a relatively cheap fragrance as it costs under 20 dollars. Again making it perfect for someone still new to the world of colognes and trying to find the scent that makes them feel comfortable, confident, and attractive. This is no easy task and may take a long time so buying expensive perfumes only to come to the realization you don’t like them isn’t really feasible. Another reason this is so great for teens is that it’s long lasting. Teenagers are usually all over the place and may even spend long hours at high school so they’re going to need something that lasts a long time in order to keep them smelling fresh.

The cologne has received a few criticisms because it smells a little synthetic, but it has also received a lot of praise for smelling fresh and lasting a long time. It’s probably a fragrance best suited for the warmer summer months and for casual activities. It’s not something you’d wear to go to the opera or if you’re a teenager then it’s probably not very suitable for prom either. For a cologne that’s been around since 1992 and for a price of about 15 dollars it’s worth giving a chance to. It’s also a decent gift for your teenage son or cousin.

Nautica Classic Cologne Notes

Top notes: bergamot, lemon oil
Middle notes: sage
Base notes: sandalwood, amber, musk


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