Quote Originally Posted by DayTrip View Post
Yah I do have the basic slip on models which are fine. I thought I'd be saving weight going to a sandal but I'm finding that is not the case. The slip on water shoes I have weigh 1 lb (for the pair) and it seems even fairly open sandals are 50-100% heavier due to the size/thickness of the soles. I don't really care for the feel of the slip on shoes though when I'm just hanging out in camp, etc. but it seems like that will be the lesser of two evils for my intended use.
After reading your subsequent comment on the length of time, you might be out there. I would go Crocs. They will make your camp time more enjoyable and that in itself justifies the extra weight imo. Worth noting, I have seen many long distance hikers with Crocs, hanging off their packs.