Bracelet raven of Odin paracord

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Discover the Odin Raven Bracelet to honour the father of fathers.

Do we need to introduce Odin? He is the Father of all things and the god of gods. He rules over Asgard, the city of the gods in Norse mythology. There are many symbols representing Odin, among the most famous we find :

  1. The eye patch, because he has one eye missing.
  2. The two ravens Hugin and Munin
  3. The two wolves Geri and Freki
  4. A wanderer's disguise reminiscent of a wizard

With this bracelet, you show your respect and your admiration for Odin, you accept to be like him, someone wise. It's up to you to choose if the raven of this pendant is Hugin who represents the thought, or Munin who represents the memory of Odin.

  • Zinc alloy and string
  • No hindrance
  • Careful details
  • Length of the bracelet to choose
  • Delivered in its viking bag

A few words about Odin, the Cyclops, the father of all fathers, the god of gods, the man in the hood, your worst nightmare, Gandalf, the old man ...

Remember: Odin is nothing more or less, the god of gods in Asgard. He is therefore mechanically King of Asgard, and of men. The Vikings call him "Father of all things". Incidentally if you didn't know, Odin is said to have a Wizard appearance J.R.R Tolkien is said to have made Gandalf based on Odin.

He is the central image of Norse mythology, a thousand and one things are said about him. Making him a mysterious, complex and enigmatic character.

The most recognisable god

This tall man has many distinguishing marks, he wants to make sure he is asked for an autograph when you pass him.

In his most common form he is depicted as an old and tall man with a big dark coat.

He would also have one eye missing, so you'll find a black eye patch (not like pirates no) a bit badass. All with pretty naughty crows following him around.

Pets!

As just mentioned, Odin is often depicted with ravens following him. They even have little names: it's Hugin and Munin!!

Hugin means "Thinking" and Munin means "Memory" It is said that these two ravens tell Odin what is happening in the world.

Legend tells us that Odin is always afraid that Munin will not come back... He is afraid of losing his memory ...

Is there a charge for delivery?

For all orders under 50€, the delivery fee is 3,90€. For orders over 50€, delivery is free.

When will I receive my order?

Once your order is finalised, it will be dispatched within 24 hours. If the delivery address is in Europe, you can expect a delivery time of 8-10 days. For more details, please read our Shipping Policy

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