B. Raspin | November 18th, 2023
These camping slippers are ideal for all ages. They are easy to put on and they are light,warm and secure on the foot.
john clarke | October 16th, 2013
Wow the Nordisk Mos Down Shoe have just arrived really well made, fantastic quality, the outer sole is more durable than my previous trek mates down slippers. I bought the orange colour, which is more a copper colour but really beautiful. They have a nice soft fleece lining and the nordisk logo on the sole which provides the traction. The nordisk mos down slipper in a large including mesh bag (which is also very nice) is 194 grams in weight. The fabric is very soft to touch. I think that the sole would stand up to the occasional trip outside the tent in the snow as I mentioned earlier. The sole does appear to be a little bit more durable than my more hut slippers. All in all they're fabulous.
Ian Tupman | November 26th, 2013
I bought these for my wife as a Christmas present as she suffers from cold feet even around the house. With the recent cold snap, I couldn't watch her suffer any more and so she got them early. She loves them and they keep her feet nice and toasty! !
Helen Talbot | December 20th, 2013
I bought these for my husband for Christmas as he suffers from very cold feet. I have given them to him early as this has been a problem. He is currently wearing them over the hut boots I bought him last year from Facewest and they are a wonderful combination. His feet are toasty warm and comfortable.
Martin | April 23rd, 2014
I bought these as a result of my last ski-touring trip where we were the victims of callous hÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¼ttenschuh robbery in the boot room. So, these seemed the perfect solution to using the hut-provided slippers. They are superb, and the mesh zip pouch provided is really handy as well. However, be careful of sizing. I'm a 44. 5/45, and so ordered the Large. They were huge. So I probably need the Mediums. Great hut slippers.
Imaya | January 19th, 2015
Pros: They are light weight, compact and comfortable and can be rolled up for packing, which is perfect for alpine mountaineering. They keep your feet warm too. Cons: They are not very robust compared to the North Face alternative, especially the sole. They are perfectly adequate for inside the tent/hut/house. Absolutely not for venturing out, not even to pick up the newspaper. My feet also sweat within 5 minutes of wearing them, perhaps this is my feet rather than the product. The sizing runs large, so be aware when buying. I'd go one size down. I bought a medium for my size 8 feet and they are probably 2 sizes too big.
Alfonso | January 20th, 2015
I bought the Nordisk Mos Down Shoe as a present for my mother since she is always feet-freezing at home. I chose the red ones because their upper was much stronger, although they are very soft and flexible. They are very light and manageable and warm enough. I am sure that I have made a very very good choice. My mother is very happy with them at home. The size is in the long side (small fits up to 39 EU)
Christopher | February 16th, 2015
I often suffer from cold feet while camping (despite using a decent sleeping bag) so have been looking for a pair of down socks (or similar) for a while. These came up in an internet search I did and looked like they might fit the bill and were a lot cheaper than Rab or PHD down socks. The manufacturer and others made comments that they weren't slippers and the soles would wear out if they were used as such (which would not be a problem for my intended use so) I took the plunge. Delivery was prompt from Facewest (as usual) and the package was promisingly compact and light but when I opened it the contents had much more in common with my existing North Face tent mules than the beefed up down socks I was hoping for. This is probably my own fault for misinterpreting the description but I am a bit disappointed and my search for some warm, insulated tent socks at a reasonable price goes on. To sum up, if you're looking for an attractive, well made, good value pair of light weight slippers/hut shoes then these will fit the bill. If you're looking for a pair of down socks with a minimal sole that you can wear in your tent and in your sleeping bag look elsewhere. At least I have a spare pair of travel slippers now!
Andrew | March 5th, 2015
I am a Scout Troop Leader and I'm always on at the Scouts about not wearing outdoor shoes in tents. I had been looking for and at Tent Slippers for a while - all either too cheap and nasty or over priced. Googled and Googled and Googled, came across Nordisk Mos Down shoes, read the reviews, checked out Nordisk co So that's how I chose them. . . Now the Review, short and simple. Imagine 20ft high neon lights saying Fantabulus OR I could rant on for ages on how wonderful these are! ! ! They are soft, warm, slept at minus 2 in my Bivi Bag with them on. Woke up with warm toasty feet. They pack down to almost nothing. They wash well, and dried really quickly. Light weight and are in my bushcraft/ camping pack ready for my next trip. i'm so happy with them and the fantastic service from Facewest, i'm going to order another pair for use in the house.
Paul | March 13th, 2015
I purchased these to keep my feet warm in a tent and was impressed with how light and small they pack down. I haven't tried them out whilst camping yet, but have been wearing them around the house and they are toasty warm and should do the job I got them for. My only concern is that the material is the same as a down jacket and I'm not sure that will be hard wearing enough for footwear, but these will only be used for sitting around in a tent so it shouldn't be an issue.