Norse Projects Aros Light Shorts


If there is one thing Norse Projects is known for doing extremely well, it’s bottoms. And looking at their Aros Light Shorts, it’s easy to see why. Made in the EU and featuring a best-in-class fit with all the fixins, the shorts will have you feeling like butta, even when the temperature’s high. And, now that they’re on sale for a mere $70 – I mean you’d literally have to be comatose not to jump on that.

For price and purchase info, visit Norse Store.

  • Matt

    Anyone with any experience with the fit of these shorts? From the website, it looks like they run large.

  • Daniel

    Yeah, they run a bit large. The shorts also stretch quite a bit from wear, so when you get them they should fit pretty tight.

  • CTP

    I’m usually a 33, but bought a 32 and they fit perfectly. I loved these shorts…

    However, the construction quality is TERRIBLE! See below pictures of my shorts, after wearing 6 times and washing only once.

    Waistband binding coming off at fly extension:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/11072312@N00/7838263856/

    Ass seam coming apart (not repairable):
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/11072312@N00/7838262020/

    Again, these fit me perfectly, and I really liked the style, but I don’t imagine shelling out money for more Norse stuff after this.