Timberland Radler Trail Camper Shoes - Men's


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Lightweight, casual and easy to slip on and off, the Timberland Men's Radler Trail Camper Shoes are like a favorite pair of slippers – that you can take outside. Made with a simple riptstop fabric upper and an easy-pull lace up system, these sneakers fold in half and zip up for 2 small, 9-ounce bundles that take up minimal space in your travel luggage. Say good bye to paying extra baggage fees when you want to pack more than 1 pair of footwear; you just found the perfect travel shoes. Bring them on a camping, climbing or rafting trip when you want something comfy to wear while lounging around the campfire after an epic day of adventure. With a name like "The Radler Camp” you'll have a quick and easy answer for folks who see these Timberland shoes and instantly say, "I want a pair!”

Use it. Fold it. Zip it. Clip it to your pack with a carabiner and go.


  • Compact upper design is easily packable for hiking and camping
  • Can be attached to the outside of your pack with a carabiner when zipped into itself
  • Upper: DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treated ripstop fabric with contrast stitching
  • Insole: removable fleece-lined footbed for underfoot warmth and comfort
  • Outsole: durable Green Rubber™ outsole is made of 42% recycled rubber and features a clean profile and slight lug for traction
  • Weight per shoe: 9 oz (size 11)

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Review Summary

4.3 out of 5

9 Reviews

  • comfortable: 3
  • lightweight: 2
  • color: 1
  • compact: 1

  • no arch support: 2

9 Ratings & Reviews

from North Carolina
35-44 yrs

Awesome shoes
March 05, 2012

The Timberland Radlers are great to use at home and around camp. They are extremely comfortable and durable. Your feet will really appreciate them after a long day of hiking! I wear a size 9 1/2 womens hiking shoe and I bought the Radlers size 8 in mens and my friends wear size 7 and 7 1/2 womens shoes and they bought the Radlers size 6 in mens and they fit great. The color choices are great, we went with the orange, so we could easily find them around camp. We use a carabiner to attach them to our hiking packs.

Pros: comfortable, durable, easy to carry
from Kansas City, MO
25-34 yrs

February 24, 2012

Wow, crazy cool shoe! Super comfy. It is good barefoot or with socks. I normally wear a 9.5 and I got a 9, it's fits very well. Not too tight, but not too loose either. And awesome it folds up! Get a pair soon.

from Columbus, Ohio
35-44 yrs

Good Product
September 01, 2011

Very comfortable, sturdy, nice look, perfect for hiking, or walking through wet areas in the outdoors. Easy to clean and pack. I had just one issue, I order green and I got yellow. Not much I can do about it because the return takes for ever I needed them immediately, but the product itself is very good.

from San Antonio, TX
35-44 yrs

Timberland Radler Trail Camper Shoes
November 28, 2011

I Purchased these shoes for an upcoming ski trip to lounge around the condo at night after having my feet in ski boots all day. I have only worn them around the house, but they are comfortable, very convenient and look pretty cool too. I really liked the fact that they are travel friendly and will not take a ton of room in the suitcase. I would not run a marathon in them, but wear them to the store; definitely! I have to say that these are the coolest pair of tennyslippers I have ever owned. I can't wait to put them through the test of lounging and going on the occasional beer run. Altrec had them priced just right which made the deal even more attractive for me.

Pros: price, compact for traveling, color, design

Great for travel
January 09, 2012

I've only tested around the house, but so far so good. These shoes pack into nothing and are really lightweight. The big drawback is that they have zero arch support or a proper footbed. There is a removable pad which can be replaced by a decent insert if necessary.

Pros: small, lightweight, Cons: no arch support
from Kanab, Utah
18-24 yrs

Good "Lounging Around" Shoe
February 05, 2012

I've yet to take it out much, but it seems like it will make a good "around the campfire" shoe. They're comfortable and have good traction. That being said, I definitely wouldn't recommend wearing these for long periods of time, mostly because they are thin and don't offer much arch support. I have a very low arching foot so this isn't much of an issue for me, but for others, this is something to consider. If you're looking for a compact shoe to lounge around at night while giving your smelly hiking shoes a rest, this is probably what you're looking for. *One thing to note, they are a little "goofier" looking in real life than they were in the picture here. I got the orange ones, and the color is an accurate depiction, but not necessarily the overall appearance of the shoe.

Pros: comfortable, compact, good traction, Cons: no arch support

from Denver
45-54 yrs

The jury is out, but I'm impressed so far
December 07, 2011

I only just received these "slippers," with the intent of using them as camp shoes on summer backpacking trips. I use some NF down booties for that duty in the winter here in the mountains of Colorado, so I really won't be able to field-test them until next year. That said, they seem a good purchase. Regarding size: They are available in whole sizes only, and I wear 11 or 11 1/2. The 11's seem ample, even while wearing medium weight wool sox. They have a thick wool mat insole, so I suspect that they will be plenty warm in all but the coldest (winter) weather. Regarding fit: They are essentially slippers. They have NO ARCH SUPPORT at all, but that's OK if you are not going anywhere in them. At 53 years of age, I would not even wear these to the 7-11. They are too flat, and too goddey (not that I'm exactly a GQ kind of guy). Their main selling points are light weight and low bulk in a backpack. That's the only reason I purchased them, and on that score they are winners. I'm amazed at how compact they are when zipped shut. I am a bit concerned about the zippers themselves. Will they get clogged with dirt if I get them muddy? I'll have to take care not to step in any puddles while wearing them out of the tent for a 3 AM bathroom break.

55-64 yrs

great casual shoes
October 29, 2011

I just received these shoes so I haven't had them for much time. They are very comfortable, and seem well-made. They're like wearing slippers, and they'll be great inside & outside. Great traction, very lightweight, and comfortable with or without socks. They seem really versatile- I'll wear them to school, around the house, walking the dog, around the campsite, and at the beach. Very happy so far.

Pros: lightweight, comfortable, versatile
from Ft Worth, TX
35-44 yrs

great choice
January 24, 2012

awesome shoes, comfortable and lightweight. I finally found what i was looking for. I wish they have more colors. I had to go with the purple but overall look fine to me. they are worth the price.

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Timberland Men's Radler Trail Camper Shoes Photo

Black, Cinder, Green, Inca Gold, Lime, Orange, Purple and Red.

Available sizes, while supplies last, include size 4, size 5, size 6, size 7, size 8, size 9, size 10, size 11, size 12, size 13, size 14 and size 15: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.

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