I have been using crocs as my second shoe for backpacking or for river crossing. It's also nice to put the feet into something lighter and comfy at the end of a walk, when you get the tent up.
But the trouble with crocs is that they are quite difficult to compress, they take up a lot of rucksack space or they take up valuable pocket space on the exterior of the rucksack and crocs are a bit last year.
I recently took the plunge and bought a pair of Inov-8 190 sandals which are very comfy, compress well and as the number suggests they weigh 190gr.
I find them so much better than the crocs and are great for wearing around the house as well as on backpacking trips.
Then i recently saw these running shoes from Saucony and found that they only weigh 125gr. so you can imagine what i thought having just paid out for the Inov-8's.
They are also ideal for river crossings and any water based pursuits.
So if you are looking for a lightweight camp shoe or for canoeing maybe, then these may be just what you are looking for. They come in a variety of colours and men and women's design.
For further spec info follow the link HERE