Baffin Cush Booty

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The Cush Booty from Baffin is a soft, warm down booty to keep your feet warm on while camping, or even just on cold wooden floors. Made with a soft, nylon upper, the Cush Booty has a durable, slip resistant nylon bottom. Elasticized lockable tie for a custom fit. Insulated for warmth, the Cush Booty is perfect for those with perpetually cold feet.

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Whether you’re on a big-mountain expedition or just a big day of being lazy around the house, the Baffin Men’s Cush Booty Slipper provides packable warmth for keeping your digits toasty. The faux-shearling liner has a soft feel, and the lockable drawcord keeps out snow when you have to dig the tent out. The slip-resistant outsole gives you a solid grip without clunky rubber when you head out for the newspaper.
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Baffin Cush Booty Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These things are cheap! Not cheap in construction (maybe a little), but wow, what a great price. These boots are not down-filled, but rather these boots have synthetic insulation. I'm not a great big fan of down booties since snow can often be very wet, depending on the season. These things would work ok even when wet.You should wear socks with these and they do keep your feet warm--not as warm as I was expecting but nonetheless, warm. There is a decent level of rigidity and thickness to the bottom, helping you avoid close contact with the cold ground/snow.
In terms of quality control, I haven't noticed anything wrong. The sizing was accurate for me, I got a 3XL for size 12-13 feet--I'm 6'1, 165 lbs if that matters.
Overall, great booties; I highly recommend them.

BzBrian at Backcountry.com on 10/22/2012

So far I love them. I've had them a couple months and wear them all the time. Quite light weight for my ultralight pack weight and great for around the house. I wore them around camp a couple nights with temps in the upper 20's F with lightweight Smartwool socks and my feet stayed quite warm. The ground was covered with oak leaves and smallish twigs, never had a problem with durability or slipping. My wife loves her pair as well. The work well in my Western Mountaineering bag as well helping to push the temps colder than the bags rating. For the price they are hard to beat for sure. I wear size 12 and had to return my XXL size for 3XL then they fit great.

Kevin at Backcountry.com on 11/24/2013

I bought these for my dad who lives in Colorado near Vail. He called me the day he got them and had to tell me how sweet they were. He said his feet were so warm wearing them around, and commented that he had more traction with these on in the snow/ice than his nicer winter boots. For not being too sure what to get him for Christmas, I'd like to think I nailed it with these! He's a size 11 shoe and the XXL fit him great!

Sheila at Backcountry.com on 12/25/2013

These are the best slippers I've ever owned... they're like little sleeping bags for your feet.
The first thing I do when I get home from work is put these babies on and I leave them on all night until I fall asleep and then I usually kick them off when my feet get too hot.
My only gripe is they are not waterproof so I can't run out to the mailbox in them if it's been raining.

bra3751768 at Backcountry.com on 03/30/2010

I bought these for my husband after receiving my women's version. I totally agree with the 'walking on pillows' review, they are heaven on your feet! He, they are incredibly comfortable and keep your feet cozy. We mainly got these for camping in colder temps but I wear mine around my house often. The outer bottom can wear out quickly if you use them a lot especially in the outdoors.

Joelle Raynes at Backcountry.com on 07/25/2013

This place ROCKS! The booties are awesome, but more importantly the BC Team went way out of their way to make feel comfortable. They even alerted me of a weather condition that may have delayed my order. Fortunately, it was not delayed - IMO if every company was as tight as BC we would all be in a better place. You've got my business!!!

joh5256099 at Backcountry.com on 12/24/2011

Got a pair of these to wear around the house a couple weeks ago, and they are great. My only complaint is that the non slip grip is already almost gone, not a big deal on carpet, but I need to take a little bit of care when walking on the bathroom tile.
I wear a size 13 and the 3XL fits great

atkp325824 at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2013

Bought these for my boyfriend, he's got WIDE feet and he's size 11 and ended up getting him size XXL and they fit great.
They are warm but the only concern would be that the anti slip grip at the bottom is wearing very fast. Not sure how long they'll last.

Melanie levesque at Backcountry.com on 11/07/2012

Love these slippers and have been using them for years. They are warm, soft, and very comfortable; like little sleeping bags for your feet. The only negative is the outer bottom wears out, but only after extensive use.

macp62088 at Backcountry.com on 10/23/2012

these are the coolest slips . They are like small pillows on your feet . Crazy comfortable
going to snag another pair !

mario sarrica at Backcountry.com on 11/28/2012

Negative Reviews:

Not sure why manufacturers can't figure out how to size items, but the 3xl I received is not even close to fitting a 13 shoe size. Very disapointed. Also worried that had they fit, the bottom looks like it might just wear out prety fast as it seems just cloth...?

dvanwijk at Backcountry.com on 02/28/2010

Neutral Reviews:

My feet get cold easily and so I wanted to get some booties to wear around the house and lounging on the couch but didn't want a sole or footbed (think of a really thick sock instead of sandals/slippers and you'll know what I'm looking for) so I go these. They work well at keeping your feet warm but look a bit bulky understandably. For me personally, every now and then it would feel like there was too much material near the center of the sole but not enough around the perimeter. When I would walk, I would feel a slight pressure that was unevenly distributed. Again, this wouldn't happen all the time, but I would notice it now and then. This is probably due to it's construction and the location of the seams more than anything.
The inner lining isn't to my liking. It's made up of some polyester fleece lining I think that makes it a bit itchy and makes my feet feel clammy. I remediated this by wearing a thin pair of socks.
They also need some better quality control or something when making these.. My right bootie looks like it be belongs on my left foot. Walking around on these on anything other than carpet makes this sticking sound like taking a bit of clear packaging tape, sticking it to the floor, and taking it off again.
I echo what others have said about the sizing issues these have. I wear an 8.5 men's and got an XXL.
In conclusion.. Overall, I don't know how I feel about these.. They work well enough but I'm also on the fence about returning these..

ZimZam at Backcountry.com on 02/13/2012

I believe the insulation in the booty could be better. They were no where's as warm as I though and being in New England, with a stone floor, I need something more. I do use them at times when I feel I dont need really warm footwear. HOWEVER, this type of foot wear for men are hard to find. So... look further if you want a really warm foot slipper.

Brian Kent at Backcountry.com on 11/18/2009