Men's Shorts

Nike Yoga Dri-FIT

HRK 404.95
Sustainable Materials
Highly Rated
Particle Grey
Midnight Navy

The soft and stretchy Nike Yoga Dri-FIT Shorts let you flow freely through your session—or anywhere else your day takes you.They bring purpose to your practice with a sweat-wicking design that is made from at least 75% recycled polyester fibres.

  • Colour Shown: Particle Grey
  • Style: CZ2235-073

Size & Fit

  • Model is wearing size M and is 6'2" (188cm approx.)
  • Big & Tall model is wearing size 3XL and is 6'7" (201cm approx.)
  • Standard fit for a relaxed, easy feel

Free Delivery and Returns

Free standard delivery on orders over 1250 kn.

  • Delivery may take longer than normal. Check your estimated delivery date at checkout.
  • You can return your order for any reason, free of charge, within 60 days.

How This Was Made

  • The recycled polyester used in Nike products begins as recycled plastic bottles, which are cleaned, shredded into flakes and converted into pellets. From there, the pellets are spun into new, high-quality yarn used in our products, delivering peak performance with a lower impact on the environment.
  • In addition to reducing waste, recycled polyester produces up to 30% lower carbon emissions than virgin polyester. Nike diverts an average of 1 billion plastic bottles annually from landfill and waterways.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero, including how we're working to make products responsibly and help protect the environment where we live and play.

Reviews (21)

4.4 Stars

Great workout short

J E. - 19 May 2021

Used for Crossfit workouts. Lightweight, flexible and comfortable. I got the Large Tall and they are perfect.


AndrewH34476706 - 16 May 2021

Tried a couple pairs. Prefer 5 inch inseam. Like Nike just not these. Been practicing 20 years 3 times week. Expected more.

Good, but concerned for how long they will last.

johnb127750245 - 04 May 2021

Love the fit, but I’ve noticed threads popping off after a couple uses. Have had manufacturing issues when I first got them (the strings were not attached) which resulted in having to send them back to get new ones.