Gear Guide 2012: Timberland Radler Trail Camp Moc Shoe

Fold these fleece-lined sneakers in half and store easily.

[backcountry slippers]

Tired of trying to find space in your pack for dusty camp shoes, not to mention the unwanted extra ounces? The Camp Moc is your palm-size solution. These fleece-lined sneakers—with a light nylon upper and plush, removable footbed—fold in half and zip shut. You can then attach the tidy package to the outside of your pack via a sturdy elastic loop on the heel. In camp, simply detach, unzip, and pamper your piggies.

Laces tighten with a cinch cord for secure fit, and the lugged rubber tread provides traction and foot protection. “The Mocs gripped on rocks and crusty snow during 2 a.m. bathroom breaks. And they were warm enough that I opted to wear them in camp instead of my hiking boots,” says one tester who used them on a mountaineering trek when nights dipped into the 20s. Ding: The zippers require futzing to operate in freezing conditions. $65; 12 oz.; unisex 4-13; timberland.com