from reading posts, some have a different purpose for camp shoes, such as river crossing.
I'm probably gonna get beat up again, but when I get to camp, I keep my boots on for the initial camp setup, moving stones, logs. When my tent (that's right, not tarp) is setup, then I do one of the following, depends on my mood, weather and conditions.
1) I take my socks off, and loosen the laces on my boots, my boots become my camp shoes.
2) I have an old pair of socks, I slip inside it an old shoe liner, you know that foam insert, and then I wear the sock, so its actually a camp sock, not camp shoe.
I'm not expecting to do any significant work with these flimsy things, just walk around the perimeter, eat my food, sit around the no-fire-california-firepit, water refills from a creek, and water the roses at midnight.
I like the mesh modifications on the flip-flop sandals in the photos. Boo mosquitoes!