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Very helpful Review
Very good copy
Reflection Man is one of my absolute favorites. With him the journey of the perfumes has taken up the journey with me. That first time smelled as a young teenager strolling downtown and immediately fallen in love.
Unfortunately, I didn't remember the name of that fragrance back then. Sad but true.
And so I stayed searching for a few years.
5 years and about 80 bottles later I rediscovered him. The price of 230€ was a lot of ash for me as an apprentice who doesn't live at home any more, but the passion convinced me in the end.
Meanwhile I also own a vintage version of Reflection Men so I can easily compare The Run Way with both versions.
The top note is awesome. Personally, I can see absolutely no difference. 10/10 points
The Drydown differs then nevertheless quite easily from the original. Reflection Man has more of a wood/ metallic undertone to the flowery-sweet main chord, while The Run Way has more of a Gün/wooden background. Without direct comparison, however, one will hardly notice any differences. 9/10
In the base, Reflection Man becomes more and more woods and loses sweet. The Run Way, on the other hand, remains floral-sweet until the end and thus differs far from less in the base in comparison to the heart note than it is the case with Reflection Man
Durability is slightly better than the current version but about 1-1.5 std weaker than the Vintage Reflection Man.
Sillage is quite decent at the level of the vintage version. The current one can't keep up in this respect.
What actually makes a good clone?
1. As strong a resemblance as possible to the original...check!
2. Equally strong to better performance ....check!
3. Cheaper check! ( 55€/60ml)
4. For me, the most important thing is to invoke the same emotion...and damn yes he can!