Slipperfield is marked as a tower on Gordon’s mid-17th century map.
Richard de Comyn, Justiciar of Lothian in the 1170s, granted the lands of Sloparisfield or Slipperfield to Holyrood Abbey some time between 1173 and 1178. He died around 1179 and was succeeded by his son, William Comyn. William, who, by marriage to his second wife, Marjory, Countess of Buchan, became jure uxoris Earl of Buchan. William was instrumental in surpressing the risings of the MacWilliams in the north-east of Scotland early in the 13th century and was granted the Lordship of Badenoch.
I have placed the location of the tower at Slipperfield House pending further research, however there is also a North Slipperfield and a South Slipperfield.
Alternative names for Slipperfield