Montrail Nitrus

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Montrail built the Women's Nitrus Trail Running Shoes for those who log a lot of miles. The flexible synthetic uppers on the Nitrus expand to accommodate wider feet as well as the swelling that happens during long runs. Montrail's four-density midsoles and medial posting absorb shock and prevent over-pronation. Protection plates in the midsoles shield you from rocks and other feet-bruising hazards. Stretch-gusset tongues prevent trail debris from getting into your shoes, and Gryptonite outsoles feature aggressive lugging for traction on mountain terrain.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . It used to be that you had a choice between cushioning or stability. Now, Montrail's Nitrus trail shoes have found a way to cleverly combine both. Exclusive TerraHex cushioning marries a high-traction sole, protection plate and shock-absorbing midsole without adding to the thickness or to the weight of the sole. Mesh and synthetic upper Rubber Gryptonite GT tread sole Medium width CLOSEOUTS . China. Runs small, order size larger.

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Montrail Women's Nitrus Shoe (Fall 2007) Features for the Nitrus by MontrailCOMFORTFlexible conforming upper expands to accommodate wider feetFour-density midsole plus TerraHex cushioning and shear control systemAirmesh windows enhance airflowPERFORMANCETrail-stableMedial posting plus TerraHex cushion platformTerraFlex protection and controlStretch gusset keeps out nastiesANIMALThe son of HardrockHammerheadsHigh-mileage trail runnersSensitive feet

- Moosejaw

Montrail Women's Nitrus

Discontinued

The Women's Nitrus has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.98 - $95.00

The Montrail Women's Nitrus is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 28, 2010 at Backcountry Outlet.

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