Fulton & Roark Solid Cologne is a highly-concentrated wax-based fragrance that is long-lasting and steady wearing. Its rugged, shatterproof design can go anywhere, from your gym bag to your pocket. Built for the way men operate.
"FRESH" - Madagascana Geranium and Oak Moss complemented with notes of fresh water.
Initially released as F&R's first limited reserve offering, Clearwater started with their discovery of Madagascan Geranium. The flower grown off the coast of Southern Africa has a rich, green fragrance. But unlike its Egyptian and North American cousins, the Madagascan variety has a bold, masculine quality that makes it a perfect centrepiece for a modern man’s cologne. Notes of fresh water and oakmoss are complemented with wood and clean citrus. The resulting fragrance is reminiscent of the Clearwater River in Washington state, rushing from the Olympic Mountains toward the sea.
"CLEAN" - A brisk white musk accented with rosewood and cedar.
Tybee Island, off the coast of Georgia and very near Savannah, is known for its lack of pretense. This is an island where people enjoy themselves, plain and simple. These days, its shores are lined with family cottages, tastefully modest condos, and friendly faces. But during the Industrial Revolution, Tybee developed a reputation for its clean salt air, making it a top destination for city dwellers looking for a respite from the smog at home. That’s why the F&R scent that they’ve dubbed “clean” feels like a perfect fit for the name “Tybee.” It’s fresh, clean and bright – just like its namesake.
"CLASSIC" - Fresh & green with light spice.
This cologne gets its name from Hatteras Island, a long thin island that stretches for nearly 50 miles. Known as a sports paradise, the island is home to gorgeous beaches, and its marlin-filled waters are perfect for sport fishing. Windsurfing and kite boarding are also popular pastimes on Hatteras. This lively location feels American to its core, and it’s why they chose to name their classic and sporty fragrance in its honour.
"WOOD" - A sophisticated blend of sandalwood and warm amber.
Shackleford draws its name from Shackleford Banks. Part of North Carolina’s famed Outer Banks, this small island is famous for its wild horses that have roamed the beach for centuries. The area has also become a popular campsite for adventurous tourists. This untamed paradise seemed like a fitting namesake for their warm and rich wood fragrance.
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"VETIVER" - Haitian Vetiver and Italian Bergamot
"CITRUS" - Green Citrus, Wild Rockrose, Salt Water