When I was a younger teen, the fragrances I gravitated to were more of the typical "male" fragrances, like Armani Code, purely for the fact that I was too nervous to try anything else. Over time, my tastes have changed, and I either like rather sweet, or rather "old" fragrances (think old spice but 100 times better). I think this is in between, and I love it for that fact. It has older musky notes but has a sweetness of lemon that really balances it out. It's long wearing and has a beautiful bottle, as one would expect with any Dior product. A truly outstanding fragrance.
Dior Homme Sport is unoffensive, but unoriginal at the same time. It has almost nothing to do with the original Dior Homme, which is one of the best man fragrance out there. This is crisp and fresh but ultimately forgettable.
Why they violated the BEAUTIFUL bottle design of original Homme by letting this fragrance into it is beyond me. If you love Dior Homme, please be aware that this weak, alcohol-tinged "sport citrus" has NOTHING in common with the original. It is bland and inoffensive and perfect for people that want the beautiful bottle without having to be brave enough to risk wearing a slightly feminine powdery iris.
This is a really different version of Dior Homme. It is more aquatic and fairly generic. I don't mind it but it's nothing special or different. The original Dior Homme is way better and more interesting.
Oh, how could Dior gone sooo wrong. I adore the Dior Homme, classy, sophiscated, well- dressed fragrance.
BUT, this side-kick, with the "Sport" accent, I shall describe it as frankly & precisely as I can. You ladies may not experience this, picture this, the men's room in a greasy spoon restaurant .... a lemon freshner (solid) in the urinol. When the urine, (which is body temperature) hits the solid freshener, and the smell rises up, that's how this cologne smells like. Artificial citrus, dark & murky.
A final word, beware of those fragrance reviewers on youtube, some of them have connections with discount fragrance outlet over the internet, buyers beware.
Good thing this is returnable.