Baffin Cush

Best hut slipper

Sometimes, on the right trip, all you want is a warm slipper. The Cush’s low ankle-height upper made them lightweight, easy to slip on and off, and comfortable while hanging out at a cabin in Glacier National Park, and sticky surfaces on the bottom kept us from slipping on wood floors. The synthetic insulation and cinch at the top locked in heat when temps dropped below 0 outside (we wore them with midweight socks). On warmer nights, the fuzzy insole let our tester ditch the socks entirely. $50; 4.64 oz. (sz. M); YS-3XL