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Out of those boots and into these slippers.

Slide into the Baffin Men’s Base Camp Slipper after a long day of skiing, mountaineering, or any other frosty pursuit. Filled with lofty synthetic insulation and wrapped in a soft yet durable nylon shell, the Baser Camp Slipper keeps your phalanges toasty in less than ideal temperatures.

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3 5

Tightening cord at top is problematic

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

Although these booties are keeping my husband's feet toasty warm, the casing for the cord at the top of one of them started coming loose from the boot within the first two days he wore them, just around the house. At first I thought it was just a random defect, but now the other bootie is developing the same problem. Looks like a real quality control issue.

2 5

Inadequate insulation

Insulation of the sole is entirely inadequate for service on the ground or on cold floors. The uppers are well insulated.
I had these camp slippers on my feet for about one hour, indoors on a bare. fairly cold floor, when the inadequacy became apparent. I have some house slippers with better insulation of the soles.

5 5

Really Warm

I have had these booties for about a month and I have used them camping one time so far. I was camping in Idaho and it was about 15 degrees F at the coldest part of the trip and these booties kept my feet warm very easily. I mainly used them for around the campfire walking. If you're looking for a good pair of warm booties that pack down pretty small for a good price definitely check these out.

5 5

Toasty dry feet

These booties were great as winter camp gear in the smokies. My feet were at least damp at the end of each day's hike, and if the temp was below freezing (most days), these went on as soon as I got to a shelter or set up my tent. I wear Keen size 12 hiking boots, and the XL fit fine. The bottoms are fine for walking to the privy or to the water source, unless the ground is muddy or wet snow. Bare ground or powder, no problem. They have two tightening cords, one at the top and one at the ankle hinge - very secure, and easily mated with down pants with no gap.

2 5

These do run very small.

I wear an 11 in almost every shoe or boot I've every worn, unless I'm wearing very thick socks. The XL just barely fits. These don't compress the best either. However, they did keep my feet warm at around freezing.

4 5

Toasty

warm and comfortable. The bungee cord around the ankle is a nice bonus as the somewhat solid footbed. They pack well

Only down side the little grippers on the sole wore off during a weekend on the wood floor of a yurt.

4 5

comfy! XXL

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

sleeping bags for your feet! Broke my back a couple years ago...winter time, feet are miserable!!! these are the cat's meow! i'm an 11.5 shoe size

4 5

So far so good

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Much as offered by previous reviewers. Sizing runs small. Anti-slip lettering on the bottom rubs off almost immediately. Net bag shipped with goods has other potential uses too (I got a good chuckle out of one reviewer's idea to use it as a mosquito net over their head, although one would have to have a pretty small head :-). Other than that, so far seems like a good camp bootie. Limited exposure to snow pack so far but seem to hold their own in both heat retention and moisture resistance. So far seems like a good choice for the money.

4 5

nice and warm but...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought two pairs, one for me and one for my son. We both love them because they keep our feet and ankles warm. Very confortable to wear and easy to take on and off.

Baffin puts the words 'Polar Proven' on the bottom of the sole in a raised rubber finish which appears to be designed to reduce sliding on smooth surfaces. Unfortunately this started wearing off on the first day. However, I have not had any sliding issues on tile floors, so I am not concerned. One slipper started falling aparts near the top but it looks like a workmaship defect. I plan to exchange the one pair since they do so well in keeping our feet warm.

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***FOR ANYONE WITH SIZING QUESTIONS***
Large:...

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***FOR ANYONE WITH SIZING QUESTIONS***
Large: 7/8
XL: 9/10
XXL: 11/12

5 5

Booty

I wanted booties that could be worn to bed,
without big thick soles; and these are IT.
I'm a size 12, and the X-large is not long enough. BackCountry made an immediate exchange for XX-large. This is the way to go.

4 5

Basement living.

  • Gender: Male

Just move to a cold basement,and these things are just what I needed. Can't wait to take them to the Swell.

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What is the weight for a size XL?

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What is the weight for a size XL?

4 5

Had to return, but they're nice

These were great except the right bootie was almost 3/4" shorter than the left! They were both labelled XL but there's an obvious quality control issue here, as the footbed on the right shoe was just not cut to the same size as the left. Weird, but a deal breaker in my case.

The Good: I like synthetic insulation in these. As with any garment, synthetic won't pack as well but if you soak them on a midnight piss trip, you're still ok warmth wise. Both drawstrings fit me well, and I thought the sole was thick enough foam to walk around camp all night. They would replace my crocs in really cold weather. The footbed is false sheepskin, REALLY comfy.

The Bad: The sizing issue, and, the writing on the sole that says "polar proven" is really squeaky on non-carpeted flooring. So if you wanted to wear around the house, I'd consider throwing some masking take on there to quiet things down.

I'm scared to order again based on the size difference. But they would be perfect for me otherwise.

4 5

Warm and comfy

Deff warm enough for winter camping, walk around camp in snow no problem. Doesn't seem to be very durable but for the price they're great.

4 5

I dig these

They keep the feet warm, that's about it. Comfy, but I wouldn't want to walk in them much more than just around camp. The soles seem solid, but I can't speak to durability as I haven't had them for that long. Update coming after I get back from a 3 week backcountry skiing trip.

5 5

Toasty toes are better than popsicle toes

They fit the bill for camp shoes. I put them on when I am finished with making camp and just sit there in front if the fire. Good enough sole to go off and urinate. Wouldn't do much more than that in them. Easy to get on and off and as a benefit the stuff sack is made of noseeum material. You could totally use it as a head bug net. That's what light light hikers call pulling double duty. you could use them around the house to I suppose.

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I am looking for a size 15 medium in...

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I am looking for a size 15 medium in something like a base camp slipper. Do you have such an item?

What size would a 13 US foot be roughly...

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What size would a 13 US foot be roughly in these slippers?

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Hey there, these are actually a unisex product, and according to Baffin's website, a US13 would require a XXXL... see the pic:

Hey there, these are actually a unisex product, and according to Baffin's website, a US13 would require a XXXL... see the pic: