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Bivvy Slippers

Discussion in 'Clothing' started by Gazo, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. Gazo

    Gazo Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    Anyone wear bivvy slippers around camp. Be nice to get your boots off after a long day and sit around the camp fire in a comfy pair of waterproof slippers.

    I have a pair of the Skee-tex bivvy slippers from when I used to do over nighters carp fishing. very comfy and light weight made from neoprene with a nice rubber sole.

    These are the ones I have.

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  2. elliott92

    elliott92 Very Addicted

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    these would be good if you need to do a stream or river crossing too. instead of getting your boots all wet. these being neoprene will dry out pretty quick too i suppose wont they?
     
  3. Ian

    Ian Site Manager Staff Member

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    That's one thing that really gets me about slippers when camping, they are not waterproof:mad:
    I love getting my boots/shoes off at the end of the day, whether camping or at home so these would be a good idea for me, mind you I don't think the missus agrees:eek:
     
  4. Gazo

    Gazo Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    Your like me Ian always feels nice to get your boots off after being in them all day.
    I think the bivvy slippers are about £12 maybe cheaper if you look around and for camping they are ideal.
    Mine will be packed on any bushy's I do for sure.
     
  5. Ian

    Ian Site Manager Staff Member

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    That'll be one of my strange birthday requests to drop on an unsuspecting family member:D
    I checked online and can only find one place that does them and they don't have my size, mind you I just ordered a £30 hatchet from Amazon and am going on a tool buying spree tomorrow so the slippers will have to wait:D