While the men's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Nitro. Read all reviews »

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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

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

Scarpa Men's Nitro

Discontinued

The Men's Nitro has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$38.69 - $59.95

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

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