Sierra Designs Pull-On Down Bootie
700 Fill Down
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Keep your feet cozy while you shuffle around the cabin, yurt, or your cubicle with Sierra Designs' down-insulated Pull-On Down Bootie. This lightweight bootie uses 700-fill goose down to keep your feet toasty while while the super-tough, non-skid nylon sole prevents slipping.
- Mountain Gear
Like a puffy down jacket for your feet, the Sierra Designs Pull-On Down Booties for women are as comfy as socks and probably 10 times as warm. These compressible down slippers are the perfect remedy for cold toes in base camp or in your ski lodge. Made with a lightweight yet durable recycled polyester ripstop shell, they are stuffed with 700 fill down insulation and have a non-slip nylon sole with about 10 times more traction than your socks too. While these down boots are inside-only without any kind of foam footbed for support or cushion, those long winter inside after darkness falls will be the warmest, coziest part of your winter. Cinch closed the drawstring at the cuff to keep in heat and settle in for a night of board games, hot cocoa and toasty toes in the Sierra Designs Women's Pull-On Down Booties. Pull-on closure. Fit: True to Size. Outsole: Nylon. Upper: 100% Recycled Polyester. Insulation: 700-fill down. Weight: 1 lbs.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
After a long day on the trail or the mountain, treat your tired feet to a little warmth and luxury with the Pull-on Down Bootie. Made with a 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell and insulated with warm, light, and compressible 700-fill power down, the Pull-On Down Booties pack small and travel anywhere. With a heavy duty nylon non-skid sole, these booties are perfect for hut or home after a day on the mountain.
- Sierra Designs
Toast your toes in the Sierra Designs Pull On Down Bootie Slipper. Long days of trekking through snowy landscapes and battling the frost call for royal foot treatment, and this bootie's generous helping of 700-fill down answers the call. A rough-and-tumble nylon sole means the jog across base camp to get cards from the next tent won't be a problem.