Once in camp it is a treat to put on dry socks and warm footwear. Keeping your feet warm plays an important role in maintaining a comfortable temperature.
Down booties are super lightweight above the ankle booties made with a nylon outer shell fabric and a adjustable draw closure. They are usually made of 650 – 800 fill goose down or Primaloft insulation and are light (~6 ounces) and compressible so you can easily carry them in your pack.
Sizes are a loose range so they may be slightly loose or slightly snug on your foot. Down booties are usually worn over socks and may be worn inside of over boots.
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February 14th, 2011 | Tags: down booties | Category: Cold Weather Camping, Winter Camping, Winter Camping Gear
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