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Base Camp Slipper

Surround your foot in the featherweight warmth of the Baffin Base Camp Slipper. Lined with cushy fleece, this bootie keeps you toasty whether you’re sitting around a hearth or a campfire. Cordura nylon reinforcement gives this bootie some extra protection, and drawcord locks on top and at your instep keep it firmly on your foot.

  • Insulated bootie for camping and backpacking in cold conditions
  • Synthetic insulation provides toasty yet lightweight warmth
  • Insulation also maintains its warmth in wet winter conditions
  • Cordura nylon is ultra-durable for rugged outdoor environments
  • Drawcord adjustment points help seal out the cold
  • Slip-resistant grip keeps your footing around the campsite
  • Item #BAF0034

Material
[upper] Cordura nylon, [lining] fleece, [insulation] synthetic
Closure
drawcord
Sole
slip-resistant grip
Recommended Use
winter camping, mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

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>Rating: 5

Warm and Cozy

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I ordered these booties for myself and a friend. Some reviews said go up a size so I did. They run big. When I opened them and put them on they are about a size and half too big. I'm going to keep them though because they are so warm and I can wear really thick socks with them. I have not yet worn them camping, but just around my house they are amazing, comfortable and warm. The material seems sturdy also.

>Rating: 5

Walking on clouds

I absolutely love these slippers. I feel like I'm walking on a big fluffy cloud and they keep my feet nice and warm. I loved them so much I got a pair for my best friend for her Birthday.

>Rating: 4

Toasty!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These slippers have been my new go-to at home. They make trips on a cold cement basement floor no big deal. They pack down nicely and bounce back from being compressed well. I found the sizing to be true to size. There was even enough room to wear beefy socks, if I'm just coming from a chilly day of skiing. Looking forward to updating this review after I've taken these out for a bikepacking or camping trip!

>Rating: 4

My Wife's feet are warm!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My wife has always had trouble with cold feet. So far these have helped keep her toes warm on cold camping nights.

>Rating: 5

Light and Cozy

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Purchased as a gift and am impressed with the vibrant color, solid sole and how light weight they are. These will be loved and used a ton.

>Rating: 5

Great Camp Shoes!

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

I bought these for snowcamp and they were fabulous: Kept my feet warm with wool socks with the temp in the teens in the Sierras. Good soles on the bottom. They are so warm and comfy I now pack them for all my backpacking or car camping trips, or when I get back to the car after snowshowing. I wear them around the house too. My only note is that while they are pretty lightweight, they don't pack down very small. My friend got the $95 pair but for my $60 I don't mind the extra bulk.

>Rating: 4

Fits Small

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
M
Height
5` 2"
Weight
120 lbs

I got these for booties for my popcicle toes when camping and for wearing around the house during the winter. I normally wear size 6.5 in most shoes and 7 in boots (to allow for thick sock) and got these in size S. Unfortunately, I did not read the reviews stating to size up and to had return these. Size S provided zero extra room for my toes. I ended up ordering these in size M from another vendor and inserted an Ugg wool fleece insole. I now have seriously warm feet!!!! Highly recommend but order up a size.

>Rating: 5

Cosy and tough.

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

Used it on snow and jagged rocks. Not a scratch. Kept my feet super warm.

>Rating: 5

Perfection

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
5` 8"
Weight
135 lbs

I love, love, love these down booties – and I am a connoisseur of down booties. The XL fits my women's size 10, wide toe base and narrow heel perfectly. My feet don't slide around as they do in other booties, and they're super warm. Bought them for a mountain trek to 14,000 feet – they kept my cold-tending toes comfy warm even in below freezing temps. They're also my favorites around the house.

>Rating: 5

Super Cush, Super Practical

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
L
Height
5` 8"
Weight
135 lbs

I took these on a 7-day hike in the Grand Canyon. They are an indulgence, space-wise, but not weight-wise, so great if you expect cold temps, while the outdoor sole makes them practical on rough ground. With a sock on, your feet don't sweat, either, even when it's warmer. If you have the space, these are great except when it's hot.

>Rating: 5

Made for snow camping!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium

I have very small and narrow feet for a male. These are super comfy and a welcome reprise from walking around in boots all day. Even when I sunk deep in the snow just wearing my liner sock, my feet stayed warm in these. Just make sure it's tight enough around your foot so it doesn't slip out, but not too tight that it constricts circulation. Just the right amount of room without being too wide! I read reviews in both the mens and womens' models and think I remember someone saying something about them being wide. I was afraid they'd be too wide- I have a hard time fitting certain types of footwear because my forefoot usually fits, but my heel is often too narrow. I was relieved when they arrived and they fit, and they did the job perfectly this weekend at 6,700 feet. I look forward to wearing them between 8,000 and 10,000 ft base camps soon.

>Rating: 4

Comfort for all time

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

These feel great on and they are cute. I have not had a chance to use them very much, but I do like them and will not be returning them.

>Rating:

October backpacking essential!

These beauties find their way into my pack most of the year but I'm REALLY glad I had them recently, I think my poor feet would have frozen otherwise.

These
>Rating: 5

3 years hard use, still going strong.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 0"
Weight
126 lbs

I love, love, love Baffin Base Camp Slippers. Mine really aren't showing much wear but I'm tempted to buy another pair and squirrel them away because I sure don't want to be without these awesome booties. The sole is perfect, some cordura nylon and a bit of cushion. I wear them in my sleeping bag a lot because my feet run so cold; if they had a more substantial sole, I'd worry about tearing my sleeping bag. On the flip side, the Baffin's soles are tough enough to stroll about camp. From midnight bathroom runs to meals around the fire, these booties do the job. My pair weighs about 10oz. I seriously considered leaving them behind on our recent trip to the Mallard Larkins - I'm so glad I didn't! I ended up wearing them to bed 2 out of 3 nights. I'm a wimp about my feet, I really baby them when I'm backpacking. I think I would actually ditch my sandals before I gave up my Baffin's. I've worn these on long road trips, I use them in my tree stand, and when the temp really drops, I wear them around the house. Given how often I use these, I can't believe that they're still in such great shape, Baffin makes excellent products!

>Rating: 5

exactly what I wanted perfect

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

Perfect booty slippers to cover my feet and ankles. I bought them for at home. They are comfortable and very warm. I work outside a lot and this winter especially was very cold, single digits to below freezing. These slippers not only warmed my feet up after a long day but keep them warm and cozy. I am comfortable with running outside a short distance with them to get the mail etc. with the heavy canvas bottoms. Although I bought the exact size stated for me they are a LITTLE big but I am not only fine with that I love these slippers. Also, best part is that they are machine washable and the price is right. Thank you

>Rating: 5

warm feet all winter

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Love these slippers - haven't camped with them yet, but I've been wearing them around the apartment for 4 months now. The bottoms are holding up to hardwood floors, and the down is actually keeping my feet and toes warm (I hardly ever have warm feet).

>Rating: 5

Warm Feet At Last!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These are great, just a few minutes of wearing them and my feet get warm again. I sprayed Scotch guard on them and I use them outside a little bit. We snowshoed into a yurt over Christmas and I wore them inside but I also used them on the packed snow to run out to the bathroom or get firewood. I was so comfy in them the other day that I wore them outside while I did a little shooting, I was on packed snow again but my feet didn't get wet at all, probably outside for 2 hours. The sole isn't particularly substantial which I like since I almost always tuck one of my feet under me. On the other hand, I'm a tenderfoot wimp and there's enough cushion there that I've been comfy outdoors. I like the high ankle for the added warmth. Thought these would be a camping/tree stand slipper but I do wear them around the house when my feet are particularly cold. I can't say enough good things.

>Rating: 5

So nice!

I just bought these in December and went on a winter camping/backcountry ski trip with them. They were great and I just kept asking myself why it took so long to buy these things. As soon as I took my ski boots off, I left my sweaty socks on, put the slippers over the sock and then a pair of neos over the slipper. Cooking dinner in the snow was warm and comfy. By the time I got back to the tent and took the neos off, my socks were dry and I just hung out in the slippers. I would have paid double the price if I knew they were this great. Bought my husband a pair and he hates loose fitting stuff on his feet, but he is always cold and now he can't believe how nice these fill.

I know it's been 4 years but...can you tell us about the neoprene boots you use? I've only ever seen tight socks (intended for scuba) or heavy boots. Thanks :)

Az, I think the "neos" she's referring to are NEOS Overshoes. For what it's worth, I run around camp in my Baffins a lot and they aren't getting beaten up. Then again, I'm not camping in the snow and ice any more :)

Thanks Erin! Those overshoes look really neat, they're going on my wish list :) But for now I'll go with these slippers (over the Cush model). Happy trails!

>Rating: 2

inside ripped

They seemed nice at first, but in only a week, the inside of one of the slippers ripped, and the insulation was exposed onto my foot. There was no way to get in there and sew it shut.

I forgot to say in my review that I always wear socks with them as it feels like the sort of lining a bare foot would tear up. I wrecked a pair of Kamik boots wearing them without socks.

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How wide is the opening of the slipper that would fit womens size 8. I have thick ankles.

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How much do these weigh?

How much do these weigh?

10oz per pair for the size small. Took mine on a 5-day 31 mile trip and did not regret the weight, the warmth and comfort are SO worth it.

>Rating:

would these be considered a wide fit...

would these be considered a wide fit slipper? I have a wide foot need ww shoes was just wondering if these will fit well

I'm confident these will fit you. It's not a form-fitting slipper at all, plenty of room for wide-footed folks like us.

I believe they will be fine. I have plenty of room in mine. I could wear heavy socks and still have plenty of room. I usually were a medium width shoe myself and as I said these are plenty roomy.

>Rating:

Is the insulation down?

Is the insulation down?

Candi - this bootie is filled with a synthetic insulation. So they will stay warm in case they get a bit damp.

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where is the sizing ???

where is the sizing ???

Hi Kendall, Thanks for your question and I do apologize for not having any sizing information up for the Baffin Base Camp Slipper. I'll place a chart below for now and we'll fix that sizing chart momentarily: SM: Youth 3-4 and Womens 5-6 MD: Youth 5-6 and Women 7-8 LG: Women 9-10 and Men 7-8 XL: Women 11+ and Men 9-10 XXL: Men 11-12 XXXL: Men 13-14

I am a women's size 7.5 medium width and I purchased MD. Fit great with plenty of room.

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Is there a difference between the right...

Is there a difference between the right shoe and the left shoe? My wife bought a pair and there is no difference between the 2 shoes. Writing is on the same side and both shoes appear to go on the right foot. Also she has some discomfort when wearing the shoe on her left foot.

Yes, if you look at the bottoms you can tell right from left.

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are these soles going to wear out If I...

are these soles going to wear out If I have brick floors? They look like they are fleece.

The soles are nylon. I end up walking outside in these around the campfire and late night bathroom trips, my first and only pair are holding up really well.