Down Booties
Down Booties
Down Booties
Down Booties
Down Booties
Down Booties
Down Booties

Down Booties

Regular price$119.00
332 Reviews


Feathered Friends Down Booties were designed to offer the versatility of an extremely warm, insulated sock with a weather resistant shell that made ventures outside the tent possible without having to put your boots back on.  The combination can be worn around camp and when it's time to climb in your bag, leave the dirt behind and slide in with the warmest pair of socks you can find.  Our booties were built for warmth, not a marathon, so please use them responsibly.

Made with ethically-sourced 800+ fill power goose down


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  • Weather resistant Pertex® Endurance® shell fabric
  • 800 fill power European goose removable down insulated liners
  • Drawcords at the ankle and cuff
  • Durable, waterproof soles
  • Removable foam insoles


US Women's
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US Men's
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Additional Info

Shell Pertex® Endurance® UL
Fill Power 800+ Goose Down
Fill Weight 2.3 oz  /  65 g (pair, size Medium)
Average Weight 9.3 oz / 264 g (pair, size Medium)
Feathered Friends Down Booty Water-resistant Outer Shell
Feathered Friends Down Booty Removable Interior Insulated Liner
Feathered Friends Down Booties Reinforced Soles View


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United States United States

Bought in 2008: best house slippers, not for camp/climbing/denali/AK/taking the trash out or anything outdoors.

TLDR: Buy them, but have some common sense. These are slippers that can barely climb stairs and will put you on your butt taking out the trash. I bought mine in the fall 2008 for my first trip up Denali in the spring of 09. I brought them on multiple winter trips up Rainier leading up to my AK trip, and they were terrible. I still brought them to AK, and they were still terrible. The down sock is heavenly on your feet, so plush and warm; but the moment you step onto a glacier it compresses and you just have a 3/8" piece of foam insulating your foot and your feet are instantly frigid. They become a legitimate liability in the snow, or on any uneven terrain, as your foot slides freely in the inner down sock, which slides freely in the outer shell, which has no traction what-so-ever and slides freely on all snow. Literal lubricant. The liability comment is no joke - climb Denali, and try to wear these in camp, just make sure you say a prayer for the ligaments in your knees before hand. These are are not "camp booties". These have no business being in the outdoors, or in any camp, ever. DO NOT BUY THEM FOR THIS PURPOSE. ...instead, absolutely buy them as house slippers. On flat earth, they are in a league of their own. I cannot recommend these slippers more strongly, for the intended purpose of being used as slippers. After my 08/09 season on Denali, I have done many, many more climbing and skiing trips to AK, the AK range, the Wrangle St. Elias, and many more trips in Canada as well - these slippers were left at home for every single trip because they **** as camp booties. After each of those trips, these slippers tenderly and lovingly nursed my hamburgered-feet back to perfect health. I love these slippers. Bliss.

Michael R.
United States United States

I wasn't impressed

I bought these for an climbing trip to Alaska. Feathered friends is my go to in harsh conditions, no questions asked. These did NOT meet my expectations. The bottoms had insufficient insulation between the bottom of the foot and the snow. This made for suprisingly cold feet. The suprising part was that the bottoms of these have no grip to speek of, so when you are walking on packed down snow (around base camp) or any snow that has had a thaw freeze cycle in the sun, it is very slippery. I found it very hard to walk at times because of the lack of grip and sliding. Go with a bootie that has more padding on the bottom and a better grip.

Bradley W.
United States United States

Not what I expected

They are made of high quality materials. The construction is a total miss though. If you are walking in them in snow, you will often find the sole slide off to the side of your foot. Not that great for insulation. They made the bootie too soft with no rigidity around the foot. The drawstrings help, but don’t solve the problem. They will probably figure it out in the future, but I wouldn’t buy this bootie again. My take is that FF wants to use their high quality down in more products, but didn’t do their product testing properly, or they would have noticed this issue immediately.

korey d.
United States United States

Warm but also, cozy

These were amazing on a 34 degree camping trip in the Catskills, NY. The amazing part is that they have two parts. The interior is great for sleeping and when matched with the harder outside its cool to walk around the campsite in them.

Barb E.
United States United States

Super warm!

These booties kept my feet very warm! There was room inside for a fuzzy pair of socks! I have always struggled to get my feet warm when camping and these booties did the trick! It would be a design improvement to have some tread/pattern on the bottoms as they are slippery when walking on the snow/ice.(would have given it 5 stars except for this.)

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