An essential for camping trips are a good pair of shoes.
Whether or not you plan on trailing up a mountain or simply walking the dog for a while, your feet will thank you for a sturdy pair of boots… or crocs.
Now I know the first thing on your list on what not to bring camping might be a pair of crocs.
However, these crocs are made for uneven ground and outdoor explorations, considering everything that’s attached to them.
The pair of shows you might just need the most on your solo camping trip are a pair of crocs that just so happen to have survival tools attached to each shoe.
Dubbed the Campsite Classic Clog, teaming up with experimental artist Nicole McLaughlin, the crocs you used to bring to the beach can now withstand the unpredictable climate while camping.
Featuring a waterproof sleeve-like attachment that stops just above the ankle, a summer storm is no match for these crocs that are now completely waterproof!
The tools on the camping crocs include the essentials while surviving in the wilderness, including a flashlight to see in the dark, rope, a compass for when you get lost, and a few other items that you’ll be thankful for in the middle of the woods.
Omitting a heavy backpack since everything essential is now down below and attached to your feet, if you still want to the use the regular crocs at the core, simply remove the sleeve and the tools that come with it.
Similar to shoe charms that are typically attached to the holes on top of a regular pair of crocs, the same goes for these survival tools when you’re ready to hike, camp or explore!
Let’s just say it’s the new style for camping connoisseurs.
You can snag a pair online if your itching for an adventure on your next vacation trip, and you can find the camping crocs on eBay so when you’re caught in the middle of nowhere, your trusty crocs can save the day!