Packing a pair of slippers for your next camping adventure is crucial. After a long day of hiking in boots, you’re going to want to sit back and relax by the campfire in some cozy footwear. Ideally, they should be water-resistant, insulated and crafted with non-slip traction outsoles that can handle some outdoor use. With this in mind, we did curated some of our favorite women’s slippers to pack for camping. We pulled picks from well-respected brands like The North Face, Teva and RockDove for you to choose from.
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1. The North Face Thermoball Traction Mule V
These slippers feature a durable and water-resistant P.E.T. ripstop upper made entirely of recycled materials. Meanwhile, PrimaLoft insulation keeps feet super warm.
Pros: The rubber outsoles, made of 40% recycled materials, provide supreme traction. These also feature a soft fleece lining, collapsible heel design and elastic side gore panels for easy on/off. They’re offered in five different designs including a northern lights-inspired print.
Cons: They may run on the smaller side.
2. Teva W Ember Moc Shoe
Teva’s Ember moc features a quilted ripstop vamp with a water repellency treatment. It also features cozy touches like a soft microfiber lining and top cover, as well as a knit collar.
Pros: These are equipped with a responsive PU footbed and lightweight EVA-foam midsoles. The heel of these shoes also collapses to make them easy to take on and off. They come in six colors.
Cons: Some wearers may prefer more arch support.
3. RockDove Down Camper
A quilted upper made from polyester and synthetic down makes this pair super warm without excess bulk.
Pros: Despite the malleable upper, these feature a secure heel so they stay on your foot. They also include a fleece-lined interior and shock-absorbing foam footbed. They’re available in red and blue and are machine washable.
Cons: These may also run quite small.