2 MAN

Eau de Toilette

by Comme des Garcons

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
2 MAN Sizes Available:
50ml $90
100ml $120
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $4
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about 2 MAN...
Moderate sillage for the first hour, declines thereafter to become skin scent on myself by the end of the 2nd hour. Nice fall scent for all occasions, I don't regret the purchase but I am on the fence about whether or not I'll purchase again.
By   - Psychologist from Dearborn on 9/23/2019
What can I say about this extremely popular niche fragrance that has not been said before since its been around for 13 plus years now? This is my best "safe" scent, something that I can wear to work regularly and is still fresh and edgy without sounding like your run of the mill citrus-laden men's scents out there? The scent features beautiful notes of aldehydes, spices, incense, iris, wood and leather, and has a powdery mint dry down that is very nice and sweet without being overpowering. Very moderate on sillage on projection like most CdGs out there and one of the most mainstream creation from this eclectic house.
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 1/28/2019
Strong, manly and bold the first hour or so...but after a few hours, you have left with a very nauseating dry down. CDG2Man, I suppose we were not meant to be together. Thank you Lucky*scent for not letting me purchase this blindly.
By   - Artist from Baltimore on 9/10/2018
I agree that this one smells just OK. The notes and description make it sound tougher and more manly than it really is. Not top notch in my book, and over hyped. Having said all that, it's definitely worth getting a sample, you may love it.
By   - Recreation from Cincinnati on 9/7/2016
Good content, bad container. I like the scent but the bottle (for the 100 ml) is an example of design without regard to function. It can't stand up, so it takes up inordinate shelf space lying down, and the nozzle took a lot of getting used to before I could direct the spray where I wanted it.
By   - therapist from Evanston on 12/27/2015
It was okay. I like fragrances that have a hint of smoke and this one seemed decent. Not amazing like creed Aventus, but not bad. I would spend my money on something else.
By   - Photographer from Salt Lake City on 11/6/2015
I got this today. I am hooked! This is bold! If you're bold... Then stand tall and proud and watch what happens. Not for everyone.
By  on 6/18/2015
My one true love. I divorced my wife so I could spend more time with this scent; so I could take it out on walks, and to dinner, and to my beach house.
By   - from San Francisco on 2/25/2015
I have a problem. The same way that someone will have a "type" that they always go for, I love frankincense to a ridiculous degree. It's powerful, it makes me happy. Wearing makes me feel like I can take on the world and nobody would dare stand in my way. Comme de Garcons 2 Man is pure crack for me. I just want to stuff it inside a brown paper bag and silently huff it while sitting at my desk at work.
By   - Student from South Bend on 1/25/2015
I'm hooked on this awesome scent and pretty much wear it on a daily basis. The more CDGs frags I sample, the more I love this house! 2 MAN is destined to be a classic!
By   - Musician/IT Tech from Boston on 1/4/2013
This is incredibly good incense in liquid form! I bought this for my husband to wear because it was so delicious. Now, I get to purloin it whenever I care to! Supposed to be a fragrance just for a guy? No way! Love, love, love on my husband and for myself!
By   - from Earth on 7/27/2012
Fantastic! This is my "go-to" cologne if I want to be noticed. When first sprayed, 2 Man comes on really strong (think campfire smokey) and then mellows during the dry down revealing notes of leather, wood, smoke, and incense. It seems to evolve throughout the day, fluctuating between incense, leather and vetiver. A+ fragrance!
By   - from The Brew on 9/12/2011
I was worried about the reputed longevity of some of the CDG line, especially the Incense series. This scent really has legs. I can catch a whiff of it occassionally if I end up twirling around and wearing a tie, the collar somehow puts off a scent trail. Anyway, if Acqua de Parma Colonia lasts 4 hours on me, this one is an easy 6 to 8 hours. It does not project like a Lutens or Tauer, but it is not a total skin scent either. I do get woods in the base and what is described as white smoke, and in 80 degree weather, it is doing nice. Will turn out to be an all year, all purpose cologne for me. I'll use it when I dont need another scent to pick me up or feel important, but this is very nice.
By   - lawyer from memphis on 5/13/2009
Mr. lawyerman from Sac.~women love it when men comment on their fragrances and are always welcome to participate. Some scents for men are just irresistable. I'm smart enough and confident enough to not let marketing manipulate what I'm "allowed" to wear. In the year 2009 we no longer have to ask if it's okay to wear something we love. We judge for ourselves and take posession of what we feel suits us. We also have the right to express our opinions openly either positive or negative. This complex and extraordinary fragrance suits me to a tea. Not an everyday scent~but when I wear it~I am proud to make it my own. And men and women love it on me as well. Brava CdG for making such an expanse of choices. And, for helping to blur the lines on what's supposed to suit which sex! Excellent!
By   - from land of the giants(think about it) on 1/1/2009
Infatuated with CDG, and smelling many of Rei's scents i fell in love with her(their) play of masculine/feminine smells. This cologne has a very masculine smell and i love it, like previous commentors i agree that the cedar/woodsy smell will fill the nose with harmony. I am more than happy (mate too) to now own it, along with 888 which is a lighter scent, i must say cdg is one of my most favorite designers/flavorists!
By   - Visual Merchandiser from Georgetown, DC on 12/20/2008
this scent kicks arse! anytime of the day or night my friend, you gotsta wear this...
By   - from Sydney on 11/26/2008
Just as women are devastating in pants, or a suit as in 'le look smoking', a certain kind of woman... predatory, seductive, intellectual feels very at home in deep throaty dusky scents that may be marketed towards men. On a woman, not a girly flirty frilly woman, they are comfortable. They are comfortable for women who are confident in their own power. They wear what 'bespeaks' their chemistry, character, mood, not what their told. If this threatens certain men, that is their fear and weakness; the scent of which would turn off such a woman anyway.
By  on 11/26/2008
Extremely nice scent. Very luxurious. Very musky and peppery. I can see what all the fuss is about. Quite a sophisticated scent that doesn't come across as a playful, uplifting happy daytime refreshing scent. Could definitely be worn during the day, but it's more ravishing and seductive. Very very similar to Montale Greyland.
By   - from Canada on 9/17/2008
This is an amazing scent. Very woodsy, incensey, and deep. I wear this in fall/winter. My husband doesn't like it on me, he doesn't mind it but I think he wishes I smelled like a regular woman, florals and whatnot. Oh well, too bad. I tend to wear more macusline scents and have recently discovered that I only want to wear CdG fragrances, they're simply amazing and like nothing else. They are everything I want in a personal scent - bold, unique, mysterious, edgy and mesmerizing. Now I'm wearing Kyoto and come fall I will start wearing Avignon. Lovers of these two should try 2 Man.
By   - from DC on 7/6/2008
CdG 2MAN is a smoky, incense perfume that sits upon a wonderful cedar note. What sets this apart from a lot of woody competitors (mass market similarly priced examples: Gucci pour Homme I, Hermes Terre d'Hermes) is the light almost ethereal way the smoke, incense and cedar interact making this an overall light perfume. It has no citrus and just a small hint of floral notes (hardly noticeable) Although light in scent, the scent lasts a long time, and while somewhat linear, it does develop a little bit. CdG is noted for their avant garde "abstracts" as well as thier studies in variations of single notes. 2MAN reminds me of when you take the bets of what you learned and apply it to a more traditional approach - and you know what? They pull it off, and it is unmistakably CdG and a little bit avat garde.
By   - Professional from Upstate NY on 2/25/2008
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