The Rab Hut Slipper is a synthetically insulated hut slipper that is perfect for keeping your feet warm in alpine huts or when camping. The boots are insulated with Cirrus synthetic insulation. This is designed to behave like down, yet unlike down, it is easy to wash and will still retain heat even when it is wet. A Pertex Quantum ripstop outer benefits from a DWR coating, making it water and abrasion resistant and protecting the insulation inside. The sole unit is EVA for comfort whilst the outside is nylon and features a grippy silicone traction print to the outside, this prevents you sliding around on those wooden hut floors.
Please be aware that these are designed as lightweight hut slippers for occasional use. They are not robust enough for everyday household use.
Rab Hut Slipper Features
- Cirrus Powered by 3M featherless insulation
- Pertex Quantum ripstop DWR outer
- EVA sole unit for comfort
- Tough nylon sole with silicone traction print
|Small||5 - 6||37 - 39|
|Medium||7 - 8||40 - 42|
|Large||9 - 10||43 - 45|
Customer Reviews of Rab Hut Slipper
Excellent communication with Facewest when item was not in stock. I am feet size 10 1/2 and XL was fine for me. The hut slippers are well constructed and have a large area of sole, grippy and intended for light use. I thought they may have come with a carry/storage bag but this was not so. I am happy with my purchase.
Excellent value they seem to be on a par with the North Face Mules that I have had previously at less cost.
I bought these Rab slippers although I was looking for TNF mules. I think I prefer these to TNF for the price and comfort. Facewest were very quick to dispatch the order and their prices are very competitive.
Great slippers, very comfortable and light
Great slipper, much better price than north face and just as good quality
The Rab Hut slippers are a great bit of kit. They pack down relatively well - maybe not as small as very lightweight hut slippers / booties but the upside is that you get a fairly resilient sole and a strong material around the sides which is something worth considering.
I would say the sizing is about right, possibly slightly on the small side. So for example if your feet are definitely size 10s, you may want to consider going up a size from the recommended large, but it's a close call. My feet are 9.5 and they are snug. I've got fairly wide feet and they work well.
In terms of insulation they work pretty well and are pretty warm and of course synthetic so moisture less of an issue than down. Obviously in very cold environments you'd want something more and with more covering. These would work well as hut slippers, in a tent or even around the home!
Very warm and comfortable. The size is good for me. I bought the XL and I'm about size 11-11.5.I've noticed that my feet don't appear to sweat, which I found could happen in normal house slippers.You can wear these for many hours without them becoming uncomfortable.The grip is also very good.I'm very pleased with them and they do exactly what I wanted.