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    Conquer the coldest, most challenging parts of the globe.

    The Helly Hansen Men's Odin Mountain Jacket is technically savvy. This jacket was developed and field tested in extreme conditions, from the Himalayas to the Antarctic Ocean, and you can tell when you take this sucker out to the tundra. Full-stretch HellyTech Professional construction ensures dryness and breathability for high-output pursuits, especially skiing and mountain sports. While the Mountain Jacket was designed with guides in mind, anyone who spends a lot of days outside will love it. Helly Hansen optimized the shell with a DWR treatment to keep moisture out, and the SilkGlide lining is ultra-soft to your skin.

    This jacket has extra-long YKK Aquaguard pit zips, which provide however you like it. YKK Aquaguard zippers at the chest and hand pockets, plus an Aquaguard V9 Vislon zipper on the front center zip, make sure water stays on the outside. The Mountain Jacket is designed to be compatible with helmet and harness so you can achieve all of your mountain activities unhindered. There's also an attachment point for Helly Hansen's Odin Pant for the most extreme protection possible.

    • Three-layer Helly Tech Professional
    • DWR treatment
    • SilkGlide lining
    • Harnesss and pack compatible design
    • Extra-long YKK Aquaguard pit zips
    • Softshell powder skirt
    • Fusion modular system jacket-to-pant zip
    • Bottom hem elastic adjustment
    • YKK Aquaguard V9 Vislon center front zipper
    • Welded YKK Aquaguard VT zip hand and chest pockets
    • Helmet compatible hood
    • RECCO reflector
    • Item #HYH0990

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] nylon, [membrane/laminate] Helly Tech Professional (3-layer), DWR coating, [lining] SilkGlide
    Fit
    regular
    Hood
    yes, helmet compatible
    Powder Skirt
    yes, softshell
    Pockets
    2 chest
    Seams
    fully taped
    Wrist Gaiters
    no
    Liner-Compatible
    no
    RECCO
    yes
    Recommended Use
    skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Good jacket, but.....

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs large
    • Size Bought: Large

    So I bought this jacket about a year ago based on the good reviews it received, found one in my size in the local HH shop, fitted like a glove. Sorted, or so I thought. Fast forward about 10 months of pretty regular use (think biking in wet Wales virtually daily), and the volume adjuster cord came off in my hand one day. On closer inspection it looks as if the material which the ends of the cord were anchored to had ripped completely from its mounting inside the hood, leaving it impossible to adjust volume of the hood, a hood which is designed to cover a helmeted head with ease. Just picture a very baggy hood and you wont be far wrong.
    Now, this came as a bit of a shock on a 10 month old, £500 jacket to put it mildly. No worries I thought, surely HH will stand by their warranty on their top range mountain jacket. Errr, not exactly.
    Now as I work in manufacturing I understand that sometimes ,despite the best efforts of everyone involved, things just break sometimes.They just do. Whats telling is not a companys ability to get it right everytime, thats just unrealistic, but rather how they treat a customer who bought the anomaalous dodgy jacket when it does inevitably fail.
    And herein lies the rub. Now , I did take it back to the shop, but they couldnt help me without a receipt which I dont have. Bugger. So I took it up with the UK office of HH, but after a month or so of waiting for a reply, none was forthcoming. So I tried again. This time I dealt with a very efficient customer service worker, who despite being very quick and helpful, could only offer me 50% of the repair cost as long as I posted the jacket to the repairer at my own cost. So I buy a dodgy £500 jacket and can get only less than 50% of the repair cost back from the manufacturer whilst still being covered under the 12 month warranty. Bit of a pisstake, I think anyway.
    I havent accepted their "kind" offer yet, and I dont think I will. Id sooner wash my hands of it all, get it repaired myself and vow to never buy another HH item as long as I live, which would be quite a few missed sales for them.
    So to cut it short, this is a very very good jacket, but are you willing to risk the less than 50% warranty they offer on a top class, expensive garment which is designed for the harshest environments on Earth but in actual fact broke whilst biking to work in October? I'll leave it up to you.
    5 star jacket, 1 star faith in HH from now on.

    Bombproof Protection, Streamlined Design

      I am a Helly Hansen Athlete/Ambassador and Mountain Guide with partner companies Mountain Madness and Points North Heli Adventures. I have been involved with the development and testing of many HH pieces - especially the Odin line and high mountain pieces. The Odin Mountain Jacket is a great piece that has been in the line for a while but seen major facelift to make it a whole new jacket.



      The Odin Mountain Jacket was a piece I took as a tester on my first expedition to Nepal in 2012 (in fact, there is a review of that jacket below on this page). That first iteration of the all-conditions mountain hardshell did its job well - it was bombproof to weather. It was also on the heavy side due to the nature of a dense nylon shell and 3 layer design. However, the current Odin took the original and made it better.



      We went back to the drawing board with this jacket, removed all the unnecessary items and gave it a lighter fabric. You don't need a powder skirt when you are wearing a harness or backpack - out. Don't need pockets that are trapped under harness/backpack - out. No need for a ski pass pocket, extraneous buckles, zippers, gadgets or doodads. And the fabric, though lighter, does not sacrifice any waterproofness. What we got is what a storm shell should be - lightweight, streamlined weather protection.



      Alpine climbing, ski mountaineering - anywhere cold and wet - the Odin Mountain Jacket is ideal for mountain pursuits where lightweight protection is a must.



      (Photo: Alan Rousseau on First Ascent of Pacharmo's West Face, Nepal Himalaya)

      Bombproof Protection, Streamlined Design

      Odin Mt. Jkt. = Great 4 Ski Mnteering

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: large

      This jacket is a terrific piece for ski mountaineering. I've brought this jacket on a few ski mountaineering trip to Alaska now and it's been a go to piece for these important reasons:

      - It's very waterproof
      - It's very lightweight
      - It compacts down to a very small size in your pack
      - It's tough

      Picking a jacket for a ski mountaineering trip is difficult because if anything happens to your jacket, you can end up in big trouble. I don't have that fear when I bring the Odin as i know it's tough enough and will keep me dry in the worst conditions.

      On trips like this I recommend having the options of a base layer, a softshell jacket, and a micropuff jacket to wear underneath the Odin Jacket. It's a shell, so it doesn't provide much warmth. But it keeps all the elements out and that's it's job and it crushed it.

      Does it all

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: XL

      I backcountry ski and ski-mountaineer more than 100 days a year. I've used this jacket on bitter cold days, wet and rainy days, big days (like ski the south and middle Tetons) and casual days. It fits well with harnesses, allows you the freedom to move easily in difficult situation, doesn't cause mid-layers to bunch up, and is super rugged. Below is a picture of using it on a day of steep couloir skiing that was accessed via ski touring and snowmachine.



      If you have any questions about any of the gear feel free to get in touch (google my name for contact info).



      -Joel Bettner, HH Ambassador

      Does it all

      great shell

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:Runs large
      • Size Bought: medium

      I work as a mountain guide and Helly Hansen ambassador. Since 2012 I have been wearing the Odin Mtn Jacket. I have worked with HH on this jacket, and I am very happy with how this product has evolved. The jacket has become lighter and more packable than ever before.

      I have used this jacket extensively for ice climbing and alpine climbing. The fabric on this new mountain jacket has a bit of stretch to it which I have found increases the durability and makes it easier to move in. I was climbing with this jacket in the chamonix valley a couple weeks ago, it kept me dry and was abrasion resistant to the coarse granite.

      great shell

      Cutting Edge Performance

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size

      I used to only know Helly Hansen for the LIFA base layers. I took a chance on this last year and I have to say it might be the best shell/pant combination out now, and I have had Arcteryx SV and Cloudveil, etc.. It performs like a true hard shell but with stretch and the Odin pants can zip right into the powder skirt for really nasty weather. The size is true. When some European cuts are small in the chest, the Odin Large is a true 42.

      had to return to big

      • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
      • Fit:Runs large

      I ordered this product as a second alpine/ski jacket but had to return it. The quality seemed pretty good but the size was huge. I typically wear a medium and this jacket was just way to boxy in the torso and arms to use for ice climbing. They also covered the jacket in logo's. I am a simple guy and dont mind a couple of logos on my jackets but this had 7 something on it.

      Protection from the Elements

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:True to size

      I am a mountain guide for Mountain Madness, a Seattle WA based guide service, and Points North Heli Adventures of Cordova, AK. I guide alpine climbs, international high altitude expeditions, heli skiing, avalanche courses and rock climbing. I am an Athlete/Ambassador for HH testing gear, giving feedback and improving the product.



      The Odin Mountain Jacket is the top of the line jacket from HH, and it shows; the jacket is bombproof. Ripping Himalayan winds and chilling spindrift are no match for this jacket. Everything about the jacket is oriented towards technical use. The pocket placement, trim fit and helmet compatible hood are all features that are essential to keep you moving up without futzing with your jacket. A cool feature is how the Odin Mountain Jacket and Pant can zip together to create a one-piece, impenetrable suit.

      Protection from the Elements

      Hi. I've been desperately searching for the 2014-15 model of this jacket because I loved all the features. I personally think the jacket got worse and don't know where to find the old one. I bought the pants from last year already and now I'm not sure what to do.