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deeprig9
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Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Im looking for something I can slip over bare feet that are ankle high that I can wear around camp or have to walk the dog at home in rainy cold weather without having to put on actual footwear. Something like crocs maybe, but cozier and come up a little higher.



WPBTiger
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The Last Coco
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Those xtratufs are awesome


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OGD
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Lacrosse Alpha Muddy. Cant go wrong with these.


Tigerpaw123
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Am I the only one who saw Outdoor “strippers” and thought this thread was going in a different direction?


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LSUfootball222
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
I agree with the lacrosse
Comfortable. Easy to slip on and off


Tigerpaw123
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I agree with the lacrosse Comfortable. Easy to slip on and off


Except they don’t come in half sizes, the 9’s were too snug and the 10’s my feet slipped around in, loved them otherwise


deeprig9
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Do those slip on and off easily like actual slippers?


LAwolf
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
I like my honeywell shrimp boots with dr scholl's insoles. They don't breath at all but keep your feet dry and are super easy to slide off and on.


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BeerThirty
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Neither do the xtra tufs, and I’m right between their 11 and 12. But they are comfy as hell.


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WPsportsman
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
I’ve had muck artic ankle boots and dryshod ankle boots
The mucks are the most comfortable and lightweight. Just because they say artic dosnt make them hot I wear them in the summer some times too. And plenty warm for winter.
They recently started coming apart though after 3 years of normal wear I guess that’s not to bad but still would like to last longer.

The dryshod look like they will last longer because they are all one piece but they are heavy and the treed on the bottom traps all kinds of dirt and mud

I know a lot of people fish with the extra tough boots because they are flat bottoms but they just don’t look like a hunting/working boot to me.

If my dryshod give out il try the extra tough or go back to the muck boot


Martini
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Prosecuted Collins
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I have some ankle high Georgia boots I love.


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Rando
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Etnies.

I know I look like a fat skater from the mid 90s. But they are my go to woods shoe and working around the property.


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Bawcephus
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
I have a pair of Duluth Wild Boar Mocs that are over 7 years old. Love em. Just threw some new insoles in them last year and I'm confident they'll last a few more seasons.


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speckledawg
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
Another vote for the XtraTuffs. Best part around the camp is there's not much for mud to stick to.


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Gtmodawg
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
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Im looking for something I can slip over bare feet that are ankle high that I can wear around camp or have to walk the dog at home in rainy cold weather without having to put on actual footwear. Something like crocs maybe, but cozier and come up a little higher.



Jupiter Inlet Dance Shoes....white shrimper boots. Ugly but extremely practical. I use mine ALL the time....I think mine are Marlin brand???? I've had the current pair about 8 years. They fall on and are extremely easy to get out of...and in the heat they are comfortable with the tops rolled down. They are cheap, durable, excellent boat shoes and will do exactly what you are asking of them. I have no idea why they are white...I assume so they do not mar boat soles....my wife hates 'em but they are fantastic. Again, not fashionable, but highly functional....


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Cypressknee
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I have Lacrosse duck boots for the same reason.


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PapaPogey
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re: Outdoor "Slippers" ?
I've been wearing these and love them so far. Lacrosse Alpha Muddy mid
Image: https://www.agrisales-inc.com/assets/images/LaCross%20Alpha%20Muddy%20Mid%20612460-3.jpg
This post was edited on 11/30 at 8:25 am


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hob
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