Brand Christian Dior
The fig note is typically either creamy or not creamy. Balade Sauvage opens with sharp green, kind of, salty notes.
The opening is much sharper than Hermes' Un Jardin en Mediterannee and Ferrari's Noble Fig but not as creamy as Diptyque's Philosykos nor like Marc Jacobs Man.
This projects nicely and has good longevity, leaning slightly feminine because of the fruitiness.
Although this is a very nice fragrance, I'm giving this is 3 stars because it's just too sharp for my taste. It also has that sharp sugary-sweet drydown that Molinard's Figue and Versace Man Eau Fraiche have due to Cedarwood. But, this one doesn't have Cedarwood.
Scent split great to deal with. Balade Sauvage I'm not sure about. Not sure if it's worth the high price.