Product Details

Denali is the tallest mountain in the big country we sometimes folksily call ’merica. It’s as bold and savage as a three-day hangover. Yet the fresh smell of supercooled air at the top is always worth the man and yak power required to get there. Spray the lower elevation of your various man caverns with the snowy, crisp scent of Old Spice Fresh Collection Denali Deodorant. You will smell like a crisp mountain, even in a flat state such as Kansas or Florida. With Denali, the great eagle will carry you beyond the scent of spruce trees to the top of Scent Mountain, where you will probably do something dangerous involving an axe.

Ingredients

Dipropylene Glycol, Water/Eau, Propylene Glycol,Sodium Stearate, Fragrance/Parfum,Ppg-3 Myristyl Ether, Tetrasodium Edta,Blue 1.

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Ratings & Reviews

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4.4/5 (10)
80% Recommended

Reviews

10/18/2017

REMOVE THE SPRUCE

The original-I bought it for years, guilty of stocking up when I noted the change in scent '16; however, this spruce addition stinks....Literally. Gone are the light pine/spruce scents with a generally musky/fresh smell and now the Denali 'with spruce' makes it a floral, feminine scent. I'm not alone, I'm sure 1,000's want it back, PLEASE BRING BACK THE ORIGINAL

No, I do not recommend this product.

Originally posted on oldspice.com

10/01/2015

Very sexy scent on my guy

My husband can only use deoderant and loves this scent, but stores only seem to be selling the antipersperent. Please bring this back to our stores. I miss this smell on him!!

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

02/01/2016

the freshest of the fresher

smells cleaner and fresher than other deodorant scents and lasts as well. it is the freshest of the fresher collection. try it!

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

08/12/2015

Mating call to the mountain siren

This scent awakens the charm of my love, and feels very manly. Please ship more of this awesome product.

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

06/05/2017

Why did the smell change.

This has been my favorite for years. But it seems that it doesn't smell the same. Something is missing. Please bring back the old smell.

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

03/24/2017

No smell

Other times i buy this item and its smells good but i bought last week and it dosnt have noo smell?!!!!!

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

08/18/2017

The best

I just bought this usually i use fiji but wow this one i love it wish there was a cologne that smelled like this my new favorite

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

10/24/2015

OMG you smell so good, women tend to comment - but hard to find it ! ? !

It's a fresh scent like a light cologne that I can't otherwise wear because work with people with breathing problems which strong scents can be a trigger. Pleading with the company to keep the plain deodorant around and more available at my local retailer

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com

06/16/2015

It makes Valkyries want to have your babies

This is by far my favourite Old Spice scent so far. It reminds me of the places I'd rather be, like fighting grizzlies in Montana, or hunting trolls in Norway. It's the kind of fragrance Valkyries love, because it smells like swords, the cold Northern air, and standing over vanquished enemies.

No, I do not recommend this product.

Originally posted on oldspice.com

12/11/2016

Best deoderant ever!!!

This is my husbands favorite deodorant. It's a fantastical scent. It is pure awesomnessness. Please help make it readily available in all stores!

Yes, I recommend this product!

Originally posted on oldspice.com