Originally Posted by MedicineMan
you have to choose which side gets wet!
Wisenber, here are the overbooties I found:
They wont make it in time for this hang but nice to know they are out there weight wise. He's got a beefier version for the he-man types that like to hike in their down.
Those should keep the outside of a down bootie from getting wet, but I'll stick with my Wiggy's Sunwalkers for now. They're designed to be a pack boot liner, so they can handle moisture from inside and out. The inside is also waterproof. If worn as a bootie for a late night nature call, the bottoms will wipe off with a pack towel without issue. I've got some other down booties of the lower grade variety, and they don't seem to e nearly as warm. Combine that with a $49 price, and it's quite serviceable.
That being said, I've only worn mine as camp shoes since my feet tend to remain on the hot side during the night.