When you go backpacking you need to take care of your feet. That may sound obvious, but people don’t do a very good job of it. Blisters, athletes foot, bunions, broken toenails, etc. can sideline you for days, weeks, or even an entire season unless you actively and consciously manage the heath of your feet.
Many hikers like to bring camp shoes with them on backpacking trip so their feet can dry out at night or to wear during stream crossings. Others go to great lengths to find the lightest possible camp shoes to bring, since Crocs can weight close to a pound. That’s a lot of weight to carry for an item you only wear a few hours at night before bed.
What are your Favorite Camp Shoes?
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