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I love these flip-flops - I got them last summer and wore them almost every day. I have fairly narrow feet, and they fit perfectly. They have a very minimal feel underfoot, which I really like, but they also don't make my feet feel tired like some flip-flops do. They also have plenty of sole despite the minimal feel, so you won't get jabbed by pointy rocks while you walk. The strap seems really solid and hasn't stretched out at all, so they're still very quiet when I walk (some flip-flop straps start to stretch and get all floppy). Love the cutout designs! I'll probably buy another pair just to have if these ever give out!
I have pretty narrow feet, and when I pulled these out of the box, I have to admit that they looked so clunky and um, big, that I thought there was no way they'd fit well and no way I'd want to wear them. I also thought they looked a bit silly on my feet. But once I walked around in them, I couldn't even think of sending them back. They are so comfortable. I even wore them on two fairly rocky hikes and my feet felt great (I hate wearing any kind of shoe in the summer). As far as looks, they aren't the sleekest, but for comfort for long walks or long days on your feet, they're awesome.
These are so great! The fact that they fold up small means you can fit them in a purse so you actually have them when you're grocery shopping (instead of forgetting them in your car or not bringing them because of the bulk of most totes), and they're great for car trips (to hold beach towels, water bottles, shoes, snacks, and all the last-minute extra stuff you want to bring).
Love these slippers - haven't camped with them yet, but I've been wearing them around the apartment for 4 months now. The bottoms are holding up to hardwood floors, and the down is actually keeping my feet and toes warm (I hardly ever have warm feet).
I absolutely loved these slippers and wore them for two winters around the apartment. However, before the first winter was done, I had already hand-sewn fabric onto the bottoms in a desperate attempt to further their lives (holes and tears happened in the soles a few months in). I did that two more times before giving up. I know they're tent booties so maybe not really for massive indoor use - I really wish Baffin would make some just like these but with a rubber bottom for non-tent use.