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Orbea Odin Cycling Helmet

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Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by The Giving Cycle- charity cyclist from Denver, CO on Wednesday, July 04, 2012
My friends got this for me to replace my destroyed Giro Atmos after a 30 foot fall off a mountain onto granite boulders (head first, I might add)destroyed it... once all my spinal fractures healed enough for me to consider getting back on a bike. While I'm grateful that the Atmos DEFINITELY saved my... Read More
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Information about Orbea Odin Cycling Helmet
Closeouts. Orbea's Odin cycling helmet features four-layer construction for unsurpassed ventilation, dramatic style and featherweight protection.
  • Four-layer construction includes carbon fiber for reduced surface area and improved airflow
  • Dual-injection, ergonomic retention system adjusts easily
  • Moisture-wicking CoolMax® fabric pads for cushioning
  • Fit system: Adjustable fit system
  • Made in China
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Specs about Orbea Odin Cycling Helmet
  • Fit system: Adjustable fit system
  • Construction: In-mold technology
  • Number of vents: 27
  • Bike/Skate: CE,CPSC
  • Weight: 12.4 oz.
  • Material: 4 layers polycarbonate, carbon fiber, EPS and nylon
  • Gender: Men,Women
  • Recommended use: Mountain bike,Road cycling
  • Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by The Giving Cycle- charity cyclist from Denver, CO on Wednesday, July 04, 2012
My friends got this for me to replace my destroyed Giro Atmos after a 30 foot fall off a mountain onto granite boulders (head first, I might add)destroyed it... once all my spinal fractures healed enough for me to consider getting back on a bike. While I'm grateful that the Atmos DEFINITELY saved my... Read More
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  • Reviewed by zamboney from New mexico on Saturday, January 11, 2014
    Ventilation is great, color blue is excellent. I've used this helmet for a year and a half and have no complaints. I like how it looks sporty but distinct from the millions of bell and giro brand helmets on the market.
  • Reviewed by chris from Georgia on Monday, November 04, 2013
    I have a 23 1/4" head and the large did not fit. Perhaps you would have to have a perfectly circular head to meet their claim of 24+".
  • Reviewed by CircaRigel from Colorado on Friday, August 23, 2013
    After a bicycle wreck that nearly killed me when I was blown off a mountain (I was saved by two vigilant cyclists from Switzerland and my Giro Atmos), I decided that, rather than replace my previous helmet with the same, to get a helmet that, to me, seemed more robust. Europe is, after all, a cycling haven, where cyclists and motorists have mutual respect for each other. After some research, I went for the Orbea Odin, Team Replica colors (second choice would have been the bright red one).

    A few weeks ago, my Orbea Odin was put to the test. I was riding a fast downhill, pulling & drafting. I'm an amateur, and didn't realize that drafting on downhills is just asking for trouble... and I definitely got trouble. I was in position drafting, but with some slight wheel overlap. The other rider's rear wheel clipped my front wheel and I went down... head first at 40 MPH. Considering I was supposed to have spine surgery #3 in just another week, my first thought was the irony of the situation and if my bike was ok. Second thought was whether I'd wrecked everything doctors had tried to repair.

    I walked away from the accident. My head had hit hardest, and therefore the helmet had severe damage... my head only had a mild concussion. The only clothing I had that wasn't shredded were my shoes and socks... yet my only injuries on the rest of my body were an abrasion to the knee and some bruising on my shoulder.

    The wreck had to have appeared spectacular to all who saw it, yet what was most spectacular was the fact that I was hardly injured- and the helmet even had gravel from the road embedded in it.

    The Orbea Odin has an amazing look, but that's not why I got it. I got it because of its 4 layers of strength, and because it appeared so much more robust than any helmet I'd ever had (I've wrecked a fair few). When put to the test in a 40 mph wreck, the helmet won the battle, and there is little doubt that it saved my life.
  • Reviewed by Unknown from Colorado on Friday, August 23, 2013
    After a bicycle wreck that nearly killed me when I was blown off a mountain (I was saved by two vigilant cyclists from Switzerland and my Giro Atmos), I decided that, rather than replace my previous helmet with the same, to get a helmet that, to me, seemed more robust. Europe is, after all, a cycling haven, where cyclists and motorists have mutual respect for each other. After some research, I went for the Orbea Odin, Team Replica colors (second choice would have been the bright red one).

    A few weeks ago, my Orbea Odin was put to the test. I was riding a fast downhill, pulling & drafting. I'm an amateur, and didn't realize that drafting on downhills is just asking for trouble... and I definitely got trouble. I was in position drafting, but with some slight wheel overlap. The other rider's rear wheel clipped my front wheel and I went down... head first at 40 MPH. Considering I was supposed to have spine surgery #3 in just another week, my first thought was the irony of the situation and if my bike was ok. Second thought was whether I'd wrecked everything doctors had tried to repair.

    I walked away from the accident. My head had hit hardest, and therefore the helmet had severe damage... my head only had a mild concussion. The only clothing I had that wasn't shredded were my shoes and socks... yet my only injuries on the rest of my body were an abrasion to the knee and some bruising on my shoulder.

    The wreck had to have appeared spectacular to all who saw it, yet what was most spectacular was the fact that I was hardly injured- and the helmet even had gravel from the road embedded in it.

    The Orbea Odin has an amazing look, but that's not why I got it. I got it because of its 4 layers of strength, and because it appeared so much more robust than any helmet I'd ever had (I've wrecked a fair few). When put to the test in a 40 mph wreck, the helmet won the battle, and there is little doubt that it saved my life.
  • Reviewed by Matthew from Ottawa, ON on Monday, August 12, 2013
    This helmet is very comfortable and well vented. Helmets are very personal, and this one fits my head well, where my previous Rudy Project did not. Be warned that Orbea helmets run *very* small - I typically wear a medium (sometimes a small), but needed a large with this helmet. Overall though, I love it!

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  • Question “Does this helmet tend to fit round heads or oval heads better?”
    Asked on 7/16/2013 8:04:54 PM by David G from Pennsylvania
    • Answer The fit adjustment system would make the helmet a good fit on round or oval shaped heads.
      Answered on 7/17/2013 2:58:43 PM by Prod. Spec. Kevin from Sierra Trading Post.
  • Question “What model year is this helmet?”
    Asked on 5/11/2013 1:42:53 PM by Kelly luvs Kili from Wisconsin
    • Answer Date on helmet is Sept. 16, 2010.
      Answered on 5/13/2013 10:46:29 AM by Product Specialist Marv from Sierra Trading Post
  • Question “what model year is this helmet?”
    Asked on 8/14/2012 12:00:00 AM by alex from everywhere
    • Answer Date on helmet is Sept. 16, 2010.
      Answered on 5/13/2013 10:47:03 AM by Product Specialist Marv from Sierra Trading Post
  • Question “Why don't you (when will you) stock this in large?”
    Asked on 7/24/2012 12:00:00 AM by champa from nyc!
    • Answer Due to the nature of the closeout business, we often receive items in limited quantities. Therefore, popular sizes and colors can sell out quickly. Occasionally we are able to reorder a product, but closeout items are typically unable to be reordered.|Unfortunately we are currently out of this item, but we suggest signing up for the My Updates as the best way to monitor incoming products. You will receive email notifications of our newest stock items. You can also access the "New Items" section of our website at anytime. New Items are all products that have arrived within the last 21 days. |http://www.sierratradingpost.com/newproducts~21/||http://www.sierratradingpost.com/myupdates/myupdatessignup/
      Answered on 7/30/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post