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Boot Dryers

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I've been using this for some time: http://www.boottle.org

They do look, well pretty kinky but they work great.

A friend of mine design and produce them, and he's now trying to get them into store...meanwhile I think he ship from his house if you want one.

 

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Gabriel

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Anybody used these boots dryers ?

Do boot dryers that absorb moisture work at all? Useful or not?

 

I've used them and they do work. They would be ideal for a base camp situation, but I wouldn't want to carry 'em around. For drying out boots at home, I use/prefer the Peet.

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Excellent. I'm looking to use them on ski boots in a more base camp style and for travel. The bootles look, uh, interesting. May have to test them out too. They look good for the backcountry.

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K2 makes a set of boot dryers that don't use heat. They look like bean bags. Supposed to work great, no heat damage etc. I use the Peet dryer but I think it gets a little too warm. Will be buying the K2 dryers next month.

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