The best booties, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on June 23, 2018. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Bootie Reviews
The North Face Men's Thermoball Bootie
I have a pair and they are good for snow and rain. I've enjoy them for shoveling the driveway, but they are water resistant not waterproof. So waterproof them when you get them. Full review
Giesswein Vent Lodge Shoe
A very well made boiled wool lodge or camp shoe with an excellent cork and latex arch support footbed. Waterproof rubber soles. During a Tour of Mont Blanc hike last September I became very enamored with the boiled wool slippers that were provided to the guests staying at our nightly accommodations. To keep their hotels and huts clean they would require us to remove our dirty hiking boots in a storage room and pick out a pair of boiled wool slippers to wear inside. While cruising the floor at the… Full review
Montane Prism Bootie
Best camp bootie. Best camp bootie I've used. Have had mine for years. Ultra lightweight with a reinforcement underfoot for camp cooking, chill out at camp. Great fit, packs to nothing. All the warmth I need. Full review
Feathered Friends Down Booties
These down booties are definitely worth the weight when backpacking. Feathered Friends Down Booties will keep your feet warm in the cold. Keeping your feet warm when winter backpacking is always a struggle. These down booties solved my problem for good. A very high quality product. Full review
Big Agnes Sleeping Mat
I purchased a Big Agnes sleeping mat which promptly began to deflate itself nightly. Thinking I must have gotten a Big Agnes defect, I purchased a second Big Agnes sleeping mat which also deflated by the first overnight. I weigh 160 lbs. Big Agnes needs to offer a money-back guarantee when their inferior products fail, which they have done repeatedly. It is asinine for Big Agnes to offer an identical replacement to a product that is so poorly made that the replacement fails, and the next replacement,… Full review
The North Face Men's Thermoball Traction Mule II
A very good base camp shoe. About a lb per pair. An excellent camp shoe. Runs small. I wear an 11, and if I want to wear socks with the Thermoball it has to be a low cut running sock; no chance of a wool hiking sock fitting in it. On the plus side, you will not worry walking off you site to use relieve yourself with the Thermoball on. The sole is a few centimeters higher than the footbed, so you foot does not slide around in it. Full review
Montane Prism Bootie
The Montane Prism PrimaLoft-filled booties are one of the best camp booties I have used. They are not the warmest booties in my collection, but are warm enough for use in snow and air temperatures down to 10°F or so with a heavy pair of wool socks. I walked around in them on somewhat rocky and sandy ground in comfort. The Pertex outer shell is very water-repellent, and the synthetic sole stood up well to walking around on rocky soil. Background: When I (and most climbers, backpackers, and backcountry… Full review
Big Agnes Mountain Booties
These are my new indoor shoes:) My girlfriend hates them, but I love them! So warm, but not sweaty. Makes you look like a hobbit. Great for winter camping, staying in a cold cabin, or traveling. Packs well, no stiff sole. Full review
Sierra Designs Men's Down Moccasin
These are toasty warm around the foot. The build quality is great, with thoughtful touches like a heel pull that works well with winter gloves (field verified). The reinforced heel and front help mitigate moisture migration into the down from wet snow. These shoes have some grip, but stay on flat terrain. Hard packed snow is not your friend while wearing these. I wore these on a winter backpacking trip, with mid-weight merino socks, in single digit temperatures. My feet were toasty warm — mostly… Full review
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