Cirrus Hut Slipper - Nightfall Blue

£40.00
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by Rab
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Cirrus Hut Slipper - Black

DESCRIPTION

Built with recycled PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation Luxe and a recycled Pertex® Quantum outer, the updated Cirrus Hut Slippers are ultra-lightweight, cosy and now better for the planet.

After a day in climbing shoes, mountaineering boots, or ski boots, the Cirrus Hut Slippers offer soft, warm relief to your worn out feet. Ideal for camp, bothy, hut or home use, the Cirrus Hut Slippers are comfy and super lightweight. At just 172g per pair they can be easily compressed and stashed in a backpack.

Filled with PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation Luxe: a synthetic insulation made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottle chips. Providing the look, feel, and performance of down, but using 100% recycled synthetic fibers. It is a luxuriously silky fill with the warmth, compressibility, and lightweight loft of down, all in a water-resistant, fully synthetic package.

They have a recycled nylon lining and a breathable, weather resistant recycled Pertex® Quantum outer. The lower edge of the slipper is reinforced with tough nylon with a cushioned EVA foam footbed and a flexible, non-slip sole.

  • Outer Fabric: Recycled 30D Pertex® Quantum with fluorocarbon-free DWR (50gsm)
  • Lining: Recycled, soft 20D fabric
  • Insulation: PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation Luxe™ 100% post-consumer recycled synthetic insulation
  • Weight172g/6.1oz (Size M)
  • Elasticated entry with stretch inserts for a snug fit
  • Non-slip PU outsole with EVA padded sole unit for comfort
  • Rear pull-on loop

    SIZING

     Size UK Shoe Size US Shoe Size EU Shoe Size
    X-Small 3 - 4 4 - 5 36 - 37
    Small 5 - 6 6 - 7 38 - 39
    Medium 7 - 8 8 - 9 40.5 - 42
    Large 9 - 10 10 - 11 43 - 44.5
    X-Large 10 + 11 + 44.5 +

        PROVENANCE AND ETHICS

        Founded in Sheffield, England, Rab manufacture down jackets, sleeping bags and outdoor clothing systems for the most extreme conditions in the world.

        Rab Carrington built his company on two things: A deep understanding of what climbers and mountaineers need, and a commitment to practical gear that works. It’s this down to earth, honest approach that still informs the design and testing process linking us firmly to that modest beginning in 1980’s Sheffield. Those same qualities of innovation, integrity and function have endured, remaining at the heart of the Rab brand today.