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Don’t take it wrong, carbon indeed has its merits, but the recent carbon craze seems to be heavily tied to bandwagon mentality; whatever the pros are doing is what the masses want to do too.
It was true in the ‘70s with drilled-out components, in the ‘80s with copious amounts of hair gel and Briko shades, in the ‘90s with those horrific lycra shorts designed to look like blue jeans, and today with carbon racing bikes. A frame and fork weighs less than a six-pack of brew, they’ve got terrific road damping capabilities, are stiffer than an I-beam – at least initially – and most importantly, carbon fiber has an indisputable cool factor.
The checkbook is in hand cocked and ready to besmirch every last dollar in your savings account, and all that’s left to do is negotiate with the shop so you at least have a little bit of cash left to buy some inner tubes.
But before your visions of grandeur run rampant and your checkbook becomes more hollow than Landis’ Maillot Jaune, are you sure carbon is the right frame material for your needs?
Names like Steelman, Serotta and Independent Fabrications all offer bank account-busting custom carbon frames.
I am amazed by how many people say this smells like Sauvage. I guess people read/smell ambroxan and immediately (and perhaps unconsciously) compare it to Sauvage. Prada Carbon is one fragrance where it's probably best not to make up your mind based on what's read here. Of course I was reminded of a certain cologne, I’ll let you guess what that was. Carbon smells like a futuristic, super-clean, sleek, industrial shaving cream. If Rive Gauche smells like shaving cream made for the hippies on the Left Bank then Carbon smells like shaving cream made for the Men in Black.
In the background you can detect some similarities, but you have to be really biased to immediately think of Sauvage when first sniffing this. after 6 months wearing this at office, i changed my mind and decided to not buy another bottle. You really should "try it out" to know for certain if it's truly best for YOU. To add the comparisons are true, the question is which is better? In the note pyramid for Carbon I see things like 'metallic notes' and 'coal' and a big hunk of 'ambroxan.' While I don't pick up on these notes individually, collectively they're very much there, and they're exactly why Carbon ends up smelling like some bizarre foam from the future.
It’s soothing and masculine yet not harsh like Sauvage. I’ve avoided buying it to this day but I do carry a decant. Within it there are definitely traces of the Luna Rossa DNA. One of the most unique juices ever composed, Prada are straight fire in the mens fragrance world right now, especially with the recent release of black.
Some people say this fragrance is a Sauvage rip off.
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sauvage is ur typical teenager fragrance, super synthetic... women absolutely love this, one of my most complimented fragrances and literally nobody talks about this fragrance?