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When a frigid mountain blizzard leaves you cabin-bound, slide into the Sierra Designs Packable Bootie Slipper and curl up with a whiskey and a classic Hemingway novel. With a recycled polyester shell and 450-fill down insulation, this packable puffball is a comfortable place for your toes to hide out after a long skin or a day at the resort. A heavy-duty, non-slip nylon sole keeps you upright on slick kitchen floors, and the drawcord cuff to seals out cold air.

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4 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I used it inside a cabin, in my sleeping bag, in my plastic boots and walk on snow. It seems solid construction but I would never use it to walk around a non-snow camp because the material underneath would could definitely break.

5 5

Cloud Player

I wish I could give it 4.5 stars. Only because the padding flattens out pretty good, therefore reducing the warmth on the bottom a little(not much). Other than that, they surround your feet in cloud of toasty warmth, but because of the down insulation they are not too hot. I wear an 11 in most shoes and I use up all the room in these duck feet(size LG). My mom suffers cold feet all winter long, but she was able to go all morning with no socks in these booties. For her that's amazing!
They are 50/50 DUCK down. They have two rings of elastic(top and under ankle), so the fit amazingly well and hold in all the toast! BUY THEM!!

4 5

Your feet will thank you

These really are comfy, especially with some sock layers, and they do pack well. I wore them on a sleety late winter trip to Mt. Lassen last year and I felt sorry for the rest of the group that were stuck in their plastic boots (or inners) all evening while my feet started resting as soon as we hit camp. I love them and to me they are worth the 0.4 lb weight.
Only 4 stars because they slip like mad on ice, they do grip fairly well on snow though.