Scarpa Nitro

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I have worn my Scarpa Nitros for over a year...In…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: leather
Use: dayhikes, camping, rough trail
Break-in Period: 5 days
Weight: lbs oz
Price Paid: $80

I have worn my Scarpa Nitros for over a year...In the snow, on the trail, out to dinner...everywhere!

I absolutely love them. They are rugged, comfortable, and my favorite park is the blue accent! They are well made, the only pair of light trail shoes that has held together for me more than one season.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Scarpa Nitro is a sleek and functional approach shoe for anyone who appreciates high quality construction and a flawless fit. The Nitro combines the dynamic Megabyte (Vibram) sole with a small rubberized toe rand to add protection and comfort on class 3 approaches and while rock scrambling. Crosta leather and synthetic mesh uppers are breathable and durable, and a lace-to-the-toe design allows for a great fit and look. Lightweight and flexible, the Nitro is an excellent shoe for the trails or the city streets.

- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS. Sleek and functional, these Scarpa shoes are comfortable and ideal for city streets, rock scrambling and all-day hikes. Three-quarter, lace-to-toe lacing system for perfect fit Toe bumper Cushioned, anatomic footbed Removable, contoured insole with ventilating perforations 1 lb. 10 oz. pr. VibramĀ® traction outsole Nubuck and synthetic upper CLOSEOUTS. Italy Sizes Euro(US): 36(4.5) 36.5(4.5-5) 37(5) 37.5(5.5) 38(6) 38.5(6-6.5) 39(6.5) 39.5(7) 40(7.5-8) 41(8) 41.5(8.5) 42(9) 42.5(9.5) 43(9.5-10) 43.5(10) 44(10.5) 44.5(11-11.5) 45(11.5) 45.5(12) 46(12.5) 47(13) 48(14)

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Scarpa Nitro

Discontinued

The Nitro has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$22.46 - $76.84

The Scarpa Nitro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 20, 2008 at Backcountry Outlet.

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