Timberland’s Radler Trailcamp Mid Insulated Boot is a slipper on steroids—one you’ll want to slide into when you’re done with the slopes, whether you’re next to a cracking fire in a backcountry or frontcountry loodge, hanging around the hut woodstove, or just warming up from a satisfying day of skiing back at the condo.
The Camp Mid Insulated is cut about as high as a full-height hiking boot, and it’s just the ticket to warming your toes, with 400 grams of Thermolite insulation inside. Your feet will be cozy not sweaty—the fabric uppers are breathable and water- and stain-resistant. And, if you’re packing these for a trip where you have to travel by foot or by air, the slippers zip together to take up less space in your bag.
The Radler isn’t really made for long walks—the sole has good traction but no support. It’s made from sticky rubber that’s 42 percent recycled and promises excellent grip on wooden lodge staircases, as well as quick trips to the woodpile to restock the fireplace. And when the snow is deep, a pull-to-cinch lace on the back of the boot keeps the snow out. $95, timberland.com