Baffin Base Camp Slipper - Men's

Baffin Base Camp Slipper - Men's
Baffin Base Camp Slipper - Men's
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Base Camp Slipper - Men's by Baffin
Slide into the Baffin Men's Base Camp Slipper after a long day of skiing, mountaineering, or any other frosty pursuit. Filled with lofty synthetic insulation and wrapped in a soft yet durable nylon shell, the Baser Camp Slipper keeps your phalanges toasty in less than ideal temperatures.

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SKU: BAF0035
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