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Star Trek Red Shirt Cologne is made for the young, modern man of the galaxy who doesn't hesitate, who revels in being alive today. Red Shirt Cologne instills confidence, showing the universe your strength, your valor, your devotion to living each day as though it could be your last.
Bright, clean, and direct with top notes of green mandarin, bergamot, and a hint of lavender, Red Shirt finishes strong with base notes of leather and grey musk. It's a daring men's fragrance for those brave enough to place no trust in tomorrow.
Review by padsandpanels.com, Bill Jones
"Who would have thought that something with a Star Trek logo could possibly help a guy get laid (or at least smell a hell of a lot better, thus endearing oneself to the opposite sex), even outside of a convention setting? I mean, pointing out to a female that what you’ve got on is, in fact, a Star Trek-branded cologne might not do you any favors, but the smell of Genki Wear’s Red Shirt Cologne isn’t half bad.
The box, while also giving consumers a pep talk, explains that Red Shirt is created with a base of leather and grey musk, with “notes” of green mandarin, bergamot and a hint of lavender. Perfume experts can take that as they will, but in my girlfriend’s opinion that basically breaks down to the fact that it smells “pretty good.” I find it to be, “okay,” nothing too offense, nothing to spectacular. But it’s what she thinks that counts.
It comes in a 100 ml/3.4 fl. oz. glass bottle with the Starfleet insignia in black, along with what appears to be a bullet hole crack-in-the-glass graphic, and the words, “Red Shirt,” of course printed in red. The box it comes packaged in is mostly black, with yellow print (including, “Because tomorrow may never come”), and the outline of a red shirt with emblem.
Ultimately, Red Shirt Cologne is a mockery of the extras who act as the cannon fodder of Captain James T. Kirk’s crew, so why that makes for an appealing and suave cologne tie-in, I’m not exactly sure. I guess no one wants to die smelling bad? Either way, the cologne smells pretty good, is on pricing par with other scents, and if you’re a Star Trek fan, why not? I guess."
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