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Exped Camp Slipper
    Exped Camp Slipper
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    • Exped Camp Slipper

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    The Exped Camp Slippers are lightweight and warm slippers that are perfect for use in mountain huts, hostels, in your tent or campervan. After a freezing day with your feet squished into ski boots or kicking your crampons into bullet hard ice, there really is nothing better than warming your toes up in some cosy synthetic fill slippers. They're also light and extremely packable, making them a luxury that you can afford to carry.

    The soles are made from a slip proof material, ideal for use on hut floors. The elastic around the opening assists in sealing the heat into your feet and with them being synthetic fill they are quick drying.

    Please note that these are designed as lightweight hut slippers for occasional use. They are not robust enough for everyday household use and will wear very quickly if used as such.

    Exped Camp Slipper Features

    • Quick drying synthetic fill
    • TPU Slip-proof sole
    • Compact and packable
    • Lightweight and warm
    • Elasticated slipper opening
    • Available in 4 sizes

    Size Shoe size Foot length Weight
    Small 37 - 39 25.5cm 120g
    Medium 40 - 42 27.5cm 136g
    Large 43 - 45 29.5cm 156g
    XL 46 - 47 31cm 170g
    Dark Navy

    Customer Reviews of Exped Camp Slipper

    Exped Camp Slipper Review
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    Really lightweight about 160, good for bothies, bunkhouses instead of flip flops.

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    Exped Camp Slipper Review

    These slippers are very light and were the weight stated in the description. I have not worn them in a hut to comment on their practicality, but they fit and they will be going to Austria with me in March.

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