These Viking Trousers have a loose fit and prioritize comfort while showing your love of Nordic culture.
Wide at the Ankle
Men's Sizes Shown
In the late 8th century Scandinavia, rather than wearing long tunics or robes, men and women began to don a new type of garment that covered only the lower half of the body. These garments were Viking trousers and were tight-fitting or loose-fit and often made of wool or animal skin.
Viking trousers soon became popular among the Norse people, spreading throughout Scandinavia and eventually becoming the standard form of lower bodywear throughout Northern Europe.
Thanks to their practicality and comfort, Viking trousers rapidly became one of the most popular articles of clothing in the Scandinavian world. Today, they remain an icon of Scandinavian and Viking culture