Sierra Designs Down Moccasin

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Specs

Weight 7 oz
Shell Fabric Elevation Eco
Insulation 700 Fill Down

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sure, the checkers at the grocery store are starting to refer to you as the 'slipper lady,' but as comfortable as your Sierra Designs Down Moccasin Slippers for women feel, well, you just don't care.

- Backcountry.com

Ideal for hut trips, apres ski, or just kicking around the house on a cold winter day, the Sierra Designs Down Moccasin packs a ton of warmth into a small package. A 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell is stuffed with warm and light 700 fill down for superior warmth and packability. An elasticized, fleece cuff adds comfort to this low-cut slip-on, while a heavy duty nylon non-skid sole provides durability and traction. Constructed EVA Footbed. Ankle Cuff is 300-Weight Fleece. Double Needle Top Stitched. Heel Pull Tab. Heavy Duty Nylon Sole. Weight: 7 oz. / 198 g. Insulation: 700 Fill Down. Shell Fabric: Elevation: 100% Recycled Polyester Ripstop. Washing/Care Instructions: Hand wash or use front-load washer only (no agitator). Use synthetic fabric soaps found at outdoor specialty locations. Do not use fabric softeners or bleach. Tumble dry no-heat and include three tennis balls to maximize the loft of the garment.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Winter is coming; be prepared with the Sierra Designs Women's Down Moccasins. These super warm, fleece-lined boots will keep your feet toasty warm against the winter chill.

- Altrec Outdoors

Pack the Down Moccasins from Sierra Designs into wilderness backpacking trips and car camping settings to keep your feet from succumbing to frigid weather. Perfect for warming up after an evening of cross-country skiing, these tough mocs pack down to the size of a lemon and have enough heat to challenge the coldest stone floors.

- Mountain Gear