I owned this fragrance shortly after it was released, when my nose sniffed much fewer EDTs and the selection of men's fragrances was much more limited. I remember a flattering perpetual desire with which one(s) could not do anything wrong from this point of view. My mates and I wore Relax, Hugo, Bogner Man, Photo, CK One and more besides this fragrance. Now, about 15 years later, my impression of Sun Men is confirmed. Some things never change! ;-)
As the name suggests, Sun Men is designed for the summer. However, unlike most mainstream competitors in the (then) mid-price segment, the freshness factor here is only modestly pronounced. A pleasant sweetness blends into the action, whereby I can't smell out any ingredient particularly. In addition, there is a subtle herbaceous-spicy note, which could be a little more pronounced in my opinion. Then maybe Sun Men would have done his summer escort job for me! ;-)
Sun Men is a very independent fragrance, but in my opinion it lacks a special kick. If I had to make an association, it would be the one mentioned in the subject line with suntan lotion or cream. From this point of view, the subject of "sun" would have been hit, but I just can't get this comparison out of my nose or my cerebral convolutions. Of course there are good-smelling creams with sun protection factor, but my EDT shouldn't remind me too much.
So Sun Men gets stuck somewhere in no man's land between skin care and fragrance experience for me. Hardly anyone will tell me that I smell strange or take getting used to, but I don't expect compliments either. It will probably take several summers until I have used up my 100 ml, and there will probably be no special occasions.