No matter how good your hiking boots are, at the end of a long day, there's no better feeling that taking them off. But at the campsite, you still need to walk around and get things done. That's where the Teva Ember Moc comes in handy. You might call it trail slipper, although with the outsole of a traditional sneaker it can be worn just about anywhere. The upper looks like a sleeping bag and feels about a comfortable as that sounds. The shoes have collapsible heel, which means you can easily slide them on when getting out of the tent, but if you want to be sure they stay put, simply pull the heel back and wear them like a fully supported shoe.
They're not insulated for winter camping, but they'll keep you plenty warm throughout the rest of the year. While designed for the outdoors, don't be surprised if you start seeing these popping up in airports, as the mix of comfort and function can't be beat. You wouldn't want to hike very far in a back with them. But anyone with a pack should be looking for a pocket where they can squeeze them in.