Columbia Landroamer Camper Shoe: For Overlanders & City Wanderers

Versatile, Stylish, Comfortable, Sustainable, Reliable

There's a world of untapped wilderness out there, crisscrossed by winding roads that beckon adventurers who live both behind the wheel and on rugged trails. The ethos of the overlanding community has always been about embracing both – the open road and the unbeaten path. Enter the Columbia Landroamer Camper Shoe, a testament to this dual spirit.

Every inch of these shoes spells thoughtful design. With suede uppers embellished with stretch gore, they promise to cradle your feet, whether you're stepping out of a campervan or traipsing through the heart of a metropolis. As you stride, the proprietary ‘Techlite Live' material, a product of Columbia's innovation, cushions every footfall. And I have to say, in a world increasingly aware of its environmental footprint, it's heartening to see a midsole foam derived from over 50% bio-based materials.

The utility is paramount, especially when your day might oscillate between long drives and spontaneous hikes. Rounded heels ensure you're always in for a comfortable driving session, while high-grip arches promise to hold you steady when the trails get challenging. With the reliable ‘Omni Grip' rubber outsole, you're grounded wherever you roam.

Visually, they're a treat. The three available colorways—mud/warp red, peatmoss/bright orange, and black/dark grey—offer a spectrum of choices for every kind of explorer. The woven pull tab on the heel? A subtle but useful touch, making slipping into these shoes as breezy as a coastal sunset.

Priced at $90, the Landroamer Camper Shoe is not just footwear; it's an ode to a lifestyle. To the restless souls who find solace in motion, who believe that every journey is as much about the path as the destination, these shoes might just be the companion you've been waiting for.


  1. Versatility: Built for both urban and wild landscapes, it suits the overlanding community and city dwellers alike.
  2. Thoughtful Design: Features like rounded heels for driving and high-grip arches for hiking show attention to practical detail.
  3. Sustainable Materials: The midsole foam, derived from 50% or more bio-based materials, reflects an eco-friendly approach.
  4. Comfort: The suede upper with stretch gore offers a snug fit, while the proprietary ‘Techlite Live' material ensures cushioning.
  5. Traction: The ‘Omni Grip' rubber outsole provides reliable grip, ensuring stability on varying terrains.
  6. Easy to Wear: A woven pull tab on the heel makes it simple to slip on the shoe.
  7. Aesthetic Choices: Available in three color combinations, offering aesthetic variety to consumers.


  1. Price Point: At $90, some might find it a bit pricey for a slip-on shoe.
  2. Limited to Slip-On Design: Those who prefer laced or strapped footwear might find the slip-on design limiting.
  3. Not for Intense Activities: While it offers comfort and grip, it might not be suitable for more strenuous or technical outdoor activities.
  4. Durability Concerns: The suede upper, while stylish and comfortable, might not be as durable as other materials in wet or rough conditions.


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