The Cush Series is a sleeping bag for your feet! Cush is different than a slipper. It has a soft nylon upper, cozy insulation, elasticized lockable tie and a durable nylon bottom – excellent for around the house or for traveling. Cush are equally comfortable on planes, in hotels, when winter camping, even to keep warm in the sleeping bag. Never have cold feet again.

 Features:
 – Soft nylon upper
– Slip resistant, durable nylon bottom
– Insulated for warmth
– Elasticized lockable tie

CushTry a pair of our Cush slippers on at one of your local retailers: http://www.baffin.com/retail-locator-a/244.htm

For more information about our Cush Series: http://www.baffin.com/product-p/61270000.htm

A Packing List of Must-Have Items

1. Cabin Slippers. Do NOT forget this one. Not all cabin floors are super clean and snow will be tracked in. I highly recommend the Baffin Cush slippers (starting for kids about ages 5 – adults). They are warm, have a nice thick sole (because I guarantee you someone will walk outside in their slippers) and pack very well. Some of our family has the bootie style and some have the lower style. Both are great.

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2. Headlamps. Even if the cabin has electricity, they come in super handy for after-dark potty breaks. Make sure you have one for every person.

3. 2 Pair of Base Layers (one can be used for sleeping – Wee Woollies are great sleepers for the kids).

To read the full blog: http://talesofamountainmama.com/2017/01/winter-camping-families.html