Camp shoes - slip-on, substantial, light
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Frank Perkins
(fperkins)

Locale: North East
Re: Camp shoes - slip-on, substantial, light on 08/24/2009 18:17:31 MDT Print View

Delete every user who contributed on this thread. Except me because I'm just being a sarcastic tool ;-)

Tohru Ohnuki
(erdferkel) - F

Locale: S. California
Kigo Shels on 08/24/2009 21:13:43 MDT Print View

I wonder if these are light? They look fairly durable..
Kigo Shel

Edited by erdferkel on 08/24/2009 21:15:58 MDT.

Nick Gatel
(ngatel) - MLife

Locale: Southern California
None on 08/25/2009 13:41:47 MDT Print View

With Noel and Mark on the 5 fingers. Good option for one shoe does everything. But they are not for every trail or route.

I use my lightweight hiking shoes as camp shoes. They are comfortable and multi-use.

Doug I.
(idester) - MLife

Locale: MidAtlantic
Re: Kigo Shels on 08/25/2009 14:16:40 MDT Print View

I wrote the company. Got an answer back within a day. Not too shabby.

Anyway, according to Rachelle at Kigo, the Shels (size 7) weigh app. .7 pounds per pair (my quick calc says that's about 11 oz.) FWIW

Doug

Sanad Toukhly
(Red_Fox) - MLife

Locale: South Florida
Re: Camp shoes - slip-on, substantial, light on 08/27/2009 14:58:28 MDT Print View

Go barefoot around camp and camp shoes will become zero ounces. Watch your step and be cautious, you'll be fine.

-Sid

Thomas Burns
(nerdboy52) - MLife

Locale: "Alas, poor Yogi.I knew him well."
Vibram Five Fingers on 08/27/2009 15:55:12 MDT Print View

> im also on the peep-out for the fanatically adored Vibram Five Fingers.

Just finished a 23-mile hike in Ohio's Zaleski State Forest using the Vibram KSO's. I carried no camp shoes at all. In camp, I took off the socks. In fact, the things are so comfortable, I wore them in the sleeping quilt and didn't have to put on anything when nature called at 3 AM.

Toe shoes will change your life if you let them.

Stargazer