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Clubman Pinaud Aftershave Lotion Splash, 12.5oz

5.00 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)

$9.95

Made in the USA Without preservatives

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Product Description

Clubman After Shave Lotion is the quintessential after shave. Bursting with top notes of orange, bergamot and mouth-watering lemon with green nuances throughout. The floral heart of jasmine, orange flower and geranium dance with lavender and is completed with a warm musk background.

  • Cools, exhilarates…
  • Soothes tender skin…
  • Helps heal razor nicks…
  • Suave, masculine fragrance…
  • 12.5 ounce…

 

11 reviews for Clubman Pinaud Aftershave Lotion Splash, 12.5oz

  1. 5 out of 5

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    No man who shaves should be without this. I have a few classic aftershaves that are just must haves and this is one of them. The other top shelf ones are Speick (all time favorite) and Proraso green. This one has the simple chemistry, the strong alcohol burn, and the absolute classic shave scent of all time. Proraso green has a great eucalyptus and menthol scent that is combined with its soothing and refreshing properties to kill minor irritation. Speick…oh boy. It has a great natural scent but its party trick is healing razor burn. If I have a rough shave I go for two generous splashdowns of Speick and all is well.

    But everyday shaving calls for this classic standby. It smells funky in the plastic bottle. I have all my Pinaud splashes decanted in old Speick and Proraso glass bottles, and they smell right. Ditch the plastic. Your nose will thank you.

    My wife likes pricey colognes, but also appreciates Pinaud Clubman. I have matching artisan aftershaves for most of the fancy artisan soaps I use. But when I shave with a classic like Mitchell’s, Tabac or Cella, I default to my Big Three splashes, usually Clubman. Also sometimes Lucky Tiger, which is more toner, less astringent. She tolerates Speick and Proraso but actually likes Clubman.

    So if I’m not using a Tom Ford, Creed, Paco Rabanne or some other spendy juice, I happily sport Pinaud Clubman without feeling like I’m slumming in the least. Not all great fragrances must cost an arm and a leg. Clubman is the longest lasting of the Pinaud fragrances and unquestionably the best. It has medium projection and will not clear the room. It is appropriate in more settings than any cologne I can think of. People who catch a whiff often have barbershop scent memories associated with it, which enhances the psychological impact of the scent: “he’s just come from the barber. He is well groomed.” Not the worst impression to give in a sales meeting or job interview. That is mostly older guys though—fewer and fewer barbers use the old barbering standbys, yet Clubman endures. Younger men and women have not discovered the scent and when they smell it, it does not trigger an association with a barbershop. It stands or falls on its own merits.

    One of the things guys like about Clubman is its maturing scent character on extended drydown. It isn’t as complex as some of the expensive scents out there that intend to tell a “scent story” as initial top notes fade, revealing heart notes, drying down to the essential character of the base. Yet Clubman does tell a scent story of its own, with astringent and clean top notes, a powdery and fresh middle, and a sweet and light musk base with hints of the other notes coming through all day. The scent is a real pleasure, and I suspect that is the reason for its enduring popularity.

    I’m now in my fifties and I can hose myself down each day with Tom Ford or Creed if I want. But as often as not I’m wearing nothing but my Pinaud Clubmam aftershave, and feeling great with it. If you like the daily scent of this classic, the fact that it is almost as cheap as water will not deter you.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Hey, 8 bucks for a 12.5oz bottle of barbershop memories. Buy it and travel down memory lane. I paid the same amount for an 8oz bottle at Walgreens. Fast and secure shipping !!

  3. 5 out of 5

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    This is my go-to aftershave. If I shave with a neutral scented soap I reach for Pinaud. It’s the only AS in my travel kit.

    I’m not good at describing scents, but I think “classic barbershop” would be a fair stretch. I can say it isn’t unpleasant and has quite the endurance without coming across as overpowering.

    Performance-wise this is an excellent aftershave. It’s alcohol-based so it stings a bit on application; however it conditions my skin wonderfully and soothes away redness quite well. I apply this product after a witch-hazel splash (which I let dry before applying the AS), and it gives me the best results of any aftershave product I own.

    You can buy this stuff in a sample size here – there’s NO REASON not to try this classic.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    I ONLY GIVE THIS CLASSIC FRAGRANCE 5-STARS, BECAUSE THE WEBSITE WONT LET ME GIVE 5,000-STARS! Yes, it’s that good. One words that come to mind with this aftershave: Old school (okay, two-words); Manly; Barbershop; Boss; Chief; Leader; Confident; Masculine; Guardian; Operator, Boom!

    I highly recommend.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    It’s what God splashes on when he wants to get the ladies’ attention. It’s what blacksmiths use to quench iron when they’re making horseshoes and swords. It’s what Old Spice wants to be when iy grows up.

    If you want to know what the quintessential barbershop smell is, splash some of this stuff into your hands and wait five seconds. It may burn like the flames of hell for a few seconds, but then it calms right down and leaves you feeling great. It does have alcohol in it, so someone prone to dry or sensitive skin may benefit from adding a few drops of glycerin. Also, it’s dirt-cheap and is easily one of the best-smelling aftershaves and daily splashes out there.

    True story: I was the best man at my best friend’s wedding. This was the only aftershave I brought, and it also did double-duty as my daily facial splash. The day before the wedding, we were all hanging out at their hotel room, restaurant, etc., just the three of us. My wife had to stay home with the baby, but she sent her warmest and best wishes. I was wearing Clubman Pinaud Aftershave Lotion, so I smelled like a Classic Man. We were sitting on the couch in their hotel room watching a movie, passing a bottle of rum back and forth, and my best friend’s fiance’ scoots over on the couch to snuggle in next to me. When my best friend saw what she was doing he gave the two of us a “WTF?!” look. She started laughing and told him that I smelled better. I asked him what he was wearing and he said “Axe.” I shook my head, said “That explains it,” then retrieved a bottle of Clubman from my room (I had brought two, since the first bottle was starting to run low). I gave it to him and told him to smell like a real man instead of a high schooler who doesn’t like to shower. He started to fume, but his fiance’ laaaaaaaaaaaaughed and laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaughed.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    When I splash it on my face after a morning shave, it does wake me up with a classic mild to moderate old fashioned scent. It does remind me of the smell of the barbershop that my father used to take me to growing up. It has become my favorite after shave lotion.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    Honor the father!
    It get just fine with other artisan soaps.
    It bits you inicially,then molds to creams…
    I am collecting the old schools scents if I can.
    Honor the father………

  8. 5 out of 5

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    This stuff really is the “classic man scent”. I have to admit, I was a little hesitant to try it but I’m glad I did. I might catch some flack for saying this, but, to me, it’s reminiscent of Brute. However, where Brute kind of smells cheap and overly strong, the Clubman is more refined with a more ‘powdery’ note going on in the background. My wife really loves it, which kind of surprised me a little bit. There is a slight bite upon initial application, but nothing terrible, and it leaves me skin feeling nice. One would really think it would be more expensive for the quality you’re getting. If you’re thinking about trying it, do yourself a favor and commit.

  9. 5 out of 5

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    As advertised – smells just like my barbershop (where my 75-year-old barber uses a straight-edge razor for neck shaves). Unfortunately, it also reminds my wife of her grandfather (again, as expected); she can’t stand it. I love it. I guess I’ll be saving it for when she doesn’t have to smell me.

  10. 5 out of 5

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    I love this stuff, great old fashioned scent and a great value.

  11. 5 out of 5

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    The Classic Scent! Smells like your grandfather or an old fashioned barber shop, addicting and has a very mild sting.

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