Camping slippers come in many different forms, from low-top slippers to high-top booties, hard-soled, soft-soled and the list goes on.
If you’re looking for the best tent slippers or camping booties, we’ve got them all covered in this list.
In a hurry? Here’s our top 3 picks for the best camping slippers.
Best camping slippers
- weather resistant
- hard soled
- collapsible heel
- removable footbed
Best budget camping slippers
- synthetic down insulation
- hard soled
- removable footbed
- machine washable
7 best camping slippers
Teva Ember MOC Slippers
“Part sneaker, part sleeping bag” – Teva
The Teva Ember MOC slippers are the most sneaker like slipper to make the list.
Though that doesn’t mean they’re not ridiculously comfortable to chill out in your tent in.
In fact, once you’ve broken them in, they are the perfect indoor and outdoor slipper.
They’re as comfy as a standard slipper, but have a weather-resistant upper and firm, non-slip soles for rugged outdoor use.
The collapsible fabric heel allows for you to wear them with the heel down as a quick on/off slipper (great for midnight bathroom trips), or as a full back slipper for walking longer distances or just to keep them on your feet more securely.
While they are weather-resistant, they are definitely not waterproof.
You’re safe to go out in light rain or damp grass, but not for hiking through mud or serious rain.
If you do happen to get them wet and dirty, they are safe to hand wash and air dry with gentle detergent. However, some of the lighter colors do tend to run, so if you plan to abuse them, pick a darker color.
Exped Camp Slippers
Great for all weather conditions
The Exped camp slippers are a dreamy, walking on a cloud like experience from the moment you put them on your feet.
While their non-slip soles are great on ice and snow, they are definitely more of a lounging/pottering around the camp site kind of slipper.
The sole is extremely soft for maximum comfort, but provides little protection from anything rough or sharp.
So, while not great for long walks or hiking, they are the perfect present for your feet after a hike or long day exploring.
The outer shell is made from water-resistant nylon to keep your feet warm in wet weather, while the interior is made from 100% quick-drying polyester insulation to keep your feet toasty warm.
The elastic cuff keeps them firmly on your feet, while making them easy to get on and off in a hurry.
The Exped camp slippers are the perfect choice if you’re looking to use them less for exploring and more for relaxing.
The North Face Thermoball Traction Booties
Best for wet and cold weather
The North Face Thermoball Traction booties are a great option if you’re looking for something warm and rugged.
As with everything The North Face produces, the quality of the booties is second to none, and they can handle a good beating without issue.
The thick, non-slip, rubber sole is perfect for wearing both inside your tent, around the campsite, in snow and ice and on longer treks or hikes.
The insulation inside of the booties keeps your feet toasty warm in freezing conditions, while not being too hot during warmer weather.
Despite being a bootie, they’re not restrictive at all, and allow you to walk and chill out comfortably.
The water-resistant coating is also one of the best of any camping slipper, and will keep your feet dry in most wet or snowy weather.
Rockdove Down Camper Slippers
Best budget camp slippers
The Rockdove Down Camper slippers are a super warm and comfortable option if you’re looking for some cheap camping slippers to wear in your tent and around the camp site.
The puffer style upper is filled with synthetic down (if you are looking for some proper down camping slippers, you can’t beat Rabs’ down slippers), to keep your feet warm and toasty in cold weather, while the thick rubber sole protects the bottom of your feet from mud, stones and anything sharp.
As with any cheaper product, there are a couple of sacrifices you’ll have to make compared to more expensive camping slippers. Primarily, the upper is not water-resistant at all, so cannot be worn out of your tent if it is raining.
Obviously, they’ll handle some light rain if you need to nip outside, but anything above that and they’ll be soaked.
BUT, they are also one of the only camp slippers that are safe to be machine washed. A big plus if you like to give your slippers a bit of abuse.
The North Face Thermoball Traction Mule Slippers
Great for wet weather
The North Face Thermoball Traction Mule slippers are pretty much hailed the be all and end all of camping slippers by anyone who owns a pair.
And anyone who owns a pair generally owns multiple.
They’re durable, rugged, long-lasting and keep your feet comfortable and super warm.
They fit and protect like shoes, but chill and feel like slippers.
The solid rubber sole provides maximum traction and grip on slippery surfaces, while the thickness provides protection on stones, rocks and twigs.
The puffy upper is filled with synthetic insulation that keeps your feet warm in even the most bitter temperatures, but can be too hot in warmer weather.
The upper has a water-resistant finish that can seriously withstand water and snow without getting battered or smelly.
As with all TNF products, you can’t go wrong with these. If you’re sitting on the fence, just buy them.
Baffin Cush Booties
Best tent slippers for comfort and cold-weather
The Baffin Cush booties are a super popular camp slipper due to their cheap price and warm snug materials.
Unlike most other camp slippers on the list, these booties are made completely of soft material, with no hard sole whatsoever.
So if you are looking for a true comfort slipper that has good grip and can withstand snow, ice or well maintained camp grounds, look no further.
Another major plus for the Cush booties is that they are machine washable, so no worries about getting them wet, dirty or smelly.
While they’re super lightweight making them perfect for backpacking, they are quite bulky and take up a lot of room in your bag.
Originally made for Arctic explorers, the Cush booties are definitely a winter slipper for cuddling up around a campfire and chilling out in.
Rab Hut Slippers
High-quality, high-comfort camping slippers
Another pair of tent slippers that are like wearing fluffy clouds on your feet. Every component of the Rab Hut slippers are made from super high quality materials.
The interior of the slippers features a fluffy lining for maximum comfort and warmth.
The thick bottom soles are super grippy and comfortable on harsh and wet terrain. Making them the perfect camp shoe as well as camp slipper. They are more than sturdy enough to go hiking or trekking in.
The thick soles and fluffy interior lining provide much needed relief and comfort after a long day of exploring or hiking.
Despite being high-quality and sturdy, they are super lightweight and compact, making them perfect for backpacking or just saving much needed space in your car.