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EXPED Camp Slippers Review: Lightweight and Comfy

The last thing I want to do when I get into camp is spend more time in my boots. They’re hot, moist with sweat and heavy to lug around past the hours I’ve already been hiking.

Camp and hut shoes aren’t absolutely necessary but it’s so nice to give your feet a break. Camp slippers and down booties are a great option when you’re in the hut or there’s smoother ground around your tent.

The Camp Slippers from EXPED are thin, lightweight, insulated slippers that are great for around camp and huts. There are some cases when the soles need to be thicker but for many cases, having insulated slippers is just glorious on sore, tired feet.

First the quick pros and cons.


  • Comfortable
  • Water resistant sole
  • Recycled shell and insulation


  • Thin sole
  • Sizing fits very large

About the EXPED Camp Slippers

Ok. let’s get into the details on these Camp Slippers.

They have 50 denier a recycled polyester shell with 100% recycled synthetic insulation. They don’t have a down bootie level of insulation inside but they’re warm on cool nights.

The 4mm 420 denier sole is very water resistant. It’s thin enough to roll up for packing but protects your feet from wet ground. It’s not shoe-thickness so you can feel rocks through them but walking on grass, smooth ground, leaves, tent pads and huts is plenty comfortable.


  • 4.8 ounces for medium
  • 100% recycled synthetic insulation
  • 50D recycled polyester shell
  • 4mm 420D recycled TPU soles
  • Gear loop
  • $59.95 USD
Warm feet and a good view


I have a Large for my size 10 foot and it fits very large. I’d size down for a better fit and it looks like a few others on the product page have found that too.

What do you think?

What’s your perfect camp shoe?

Do you wear camp slippers, booties or a lightweight pair of shoes?

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