The North Face Rucky Chucky - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Rucky Chucky. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Designed to get you off the road and into some serious mileage, the Rucky Chucky combines The North Face's most potent trail running technologies to put you on the podium. The enhanced support of the Thrust Chassis cushions & grips, while the Snake Plate and mid-foot shank provide protective stability for all terrains.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face's endurance athletes count on the Women's Rucky Chucky Trail Running Shoe to provide support and comfort on long-distance runs and races. A TPU Terrain Harness wraps around your foot to increase lateral support and add protection from any hard object that gets in your way. The North Face then gave the Rucky Chucky Trail Running Shoe a well-cushioned EVA midsole for more padding, and an aggressive Tenacious Grip outsole keeps you going strong through steep, slick conditions. This shoe's mesh upper comes with drain holes, so your feet dry quickly after a full-speed stream crossing.


CLOSEOUTS . Going the distance in rugged terrain? Go with The North Face?s Rucky Chucky trail running shoes, constructed with a foot-saving forefoot Snake Plate that provides torsional support and protects feet from rocky terrain. Abrasion-resistant synthetic leather and mesh upper Padded tongue Northotic(R) removable insole EVA midsole Poron(R) forefoot and heel inserts Tenacious Grip traction outsole Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz. pr. Medium width CLOSEOUTS . China. Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide Available Colors: MALIBU YELLOW/ALLOY GREY, SERENE SEA BLUE/ALLOY GREY. Sizes: 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11.

- Sierra Trading Post

Proportioned specifically for the female athlete, The North Face Women's Rucky Chucky Low is a low-profile, high performance long distance mountain running shoe with enhanced support and protection. Features The North Face NorthFit technology - offers the athlete with the most precise fit, and X-Frame form-embracing TPU crib on the medial and lateral side of the shoe.Enhanced support, stability, and traction make this the ultimate high-performance, long-distance mountain running shoe.Abrasion-resistant, bomber synthetic nubuck.Highly breathable, protective sandwich-mesh upper.X-Frame medial/lateral TPU welding reinforcements for additional support.Northotic ergonomically-designed footbed with Poron forefoot and heel inserts.Lightweight, dual-density, compression-molded EVA midsole with X-2 provides high-impact cushioning and long lasting support.Semi-straight lasted, and medial-posted rearfoot Thrust Chassis and X-Dome which provides mechanical assistance to the midsole.Innovative TPU forefoot Snake Plate with medial/lateral outriggers provide torsional support, while giving ultimate protection from stone bruising.Midfoot shank ensures a stable and comfortable ride from heel-strike to toe-off.Tenacious Grip outsole provides excellent on and off-road traction, as well as stability and durability under a variety of weather conditions and temperatures.Weight: 1 lb. 9 oz. (pair).

- Campmor

The ultimate footwear for endurance mountain running, The North Face Rucky Chucky Trail Running Shoe for Women is built for running long distances, named after the river crossing at mile 78 of Western States 100. The Rucky Chucky takes on the toughest conditions with its bomber synthetic upper, excellent built-in stability, a Tenacious Grip outsole for excellent traction on wet and dry surfaces.

- Altrec Outdoors

The North Face Women's Rucky Chucky


The Women's Rucky Chucky has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.99 - $115.00

The North Face Women's Rucky Chucky is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 26, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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