Who doesn't love camp slippers? There can be few things better than exchanging heavy, sweaty mountain hiking boots for a pair of soft, comfy slippers. It's especially true in colder weather when the boots are heavier and the slippers feel even warmer and softer by comparison. A good pair of slippers can also be really handy in campsite showers. You probably won't want to take your muddy footwear in there but going barefoot means exposing your toes to freezing cold concrete floors. Light, warm, slip-on shoes are a good idea in more ways than one.