Cedar, Sandalwood...anything "woodsy"...
Hoppes, leather, musk, gunpowder...
The smell of a woolen flat cap after you've been working around a campfire, or the smell of a wool coat after a walk in the rain and mist. Two smells that I grew up with, and will always remind me of my dad.
Original scent Old Spice, Clubman Talc, an old-fashioned barber shop.
Farts, farts are manly.
Part of the charm of an old-fashioned barber shop.
The smell of gel and sweat!
Fresh turned earth.
The smell of a wood shop. A mix of wood smell and sawdust pine, cedar, oak, etc., walnut, laquer, stain, paint, machine oil, old tools (not the human kind either), and sweat.
The smell of a car shop. Oil, grease, fuel, hot engine, exhaust, old tools (see above), and sweat.
Fresh cut lawn and/or hay.
When I think of my Dad, the smells of motor oil, beer, yardwork/grass/dirt, woodwork, talcum powder and BBQ come to mind.
When I think of myself, I think of manly sweat, whiskey, crisp outdoor woodsy air, gym clothes, leather boots, tea tree oil.
Fear emanating from the opposing team.
Wet dog, after throwing the tennis ball into the boat launch for him for an hour.
The hodge-podge of mixing smells coming off my shirt after dancing with my Lady friend for an hour.
The cedar and tobacco smell of a humidor.
Scotch, whiskey, bourbon
working all day...that man scent might be bad,but it is a mans
fresh cut lumber
oil and damp smell of an auto garage
gas and bilge water smell on a small boat as you start the outboard motor
smell of blood as you gut a freshly caught trout
fresh cut grass
sap from freshly cut trees