Going on a hiking trip is a lot of fun and very tiring. The only downside apart from the bugs is getting your shoes to a point of no return. Run down or water-logged shoes can make hiking ten times harder than it would be normally. Not many hikers can afford the space and weight of an extra pair of shoes, until the Timberland Radler Trail Camp Shoes came along that is.
These shoes were designed to be rugged, lightweight, and as compact as possible. The shoes actually have the ability to zip into themselves so that they fold in half. The fabric is waterproof and ripstop, while the soles are composed of 42% recycled rubber. You aren’t going to want to wear these during the most rugged part of your hike, but around camp and on well-worn paths they will work pretty decently. The price on these seems a little high at $65, but the convenience of space makes it a worthy purchase.