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Vasque Satoru Moc

The best camp shoe of 2021.

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Light and compressible enough to disappear in your pack and airy enough for you to forget you’re wearing it, the Satoru Moc is our new favorite camp accessory. Its pillowy foam midsole and proprietary rubber outsole kept us protected while we navigated rocks and roots around camp in Washington’s Alpine Lakes Wilderness, even as we did a little light scrambling on the cliffs behind our tentsite. When it was time to pack up, we simply crushed the sock-like mesh upper and stowed the Satoru Moc in our pack until we made camp again. (A memory foam footbed made it hard to trade the Satoru for boots every morning.) When it was time to jump in a Montana lake, the moc dried out in the high-60s, sunny weather within an hour.

m’s 7-14, w’s 6-11

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