Camping can be a fun and relaxing way to spend your free time. But to prevent your feet from getting cold when camping overnight in chilly conditions, you’re going to need the proper footwear. Enter: Insulated slippers. These bootie styles look like sleeping bags for your feet and are lined with fleece or down for optimal toastiness, whether you’re napping in your tent or hanging out by the campfire. Insulated slippers should feel ultra-soft, and they shouldn’t be too bulky. To help you find the right comfy style for your needs, we did some research and curated a list with a few of our favorite options.
1. Baffin Cush Slipper Bootie
These booties have a soft nylon upper, adjustable drawstring, warm insulation and super flexible outsoles.
Pros: They come in an assortment of colors as well as camo print. They have durable, slip-resistant bottoms and are machine washable.
Cons: Some may find they run tight.
2. Cabiniste Down Insulated Bootie
This style is designed with duck feather and down insulation as well as a plush fleece lining for maximum warmth and minimal weight.
Pros: EVA foam midsoles provide ample cushioning underfoot. Meanwhile, nylon outsoles with polyester beads offer additional traction. The cuff can be rolled down and elastic at the ankle helps to position the bootie properly to avoid slouching. They feature a sustainable, cruelty-free construction and are offered in four colors. While it's best to hand wash these to prolong their lifespan, they can be machine washed.
Cons: The elastic ankle band may bother some wearers.
3. Starsouce Insulated Bootie
This model features a water-resistant down fabric upper and soles with anti-skid thermoplastic rubber.
Pros: These are available in two colors and have an adjustable ankle strap design.
Cons: They don't have a tight closure around the ankle to block out the cold
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