There’s nothing worse than putting on damp boots.
So for years I dried my snowboard boots on the stove, letting the warmth
from the pilot light do its job overnight. Then I visited my buddy Pete’s
cabin in Whitefish. He had a Peet’s boot dryer. No more boots on the stove!
The old standby of boot dryers. Inexpensive, works overnight.
25 year warranty! Nothing on earth comes with a warranty like that anymore!
By purchasing the additional wader and hip boot extensions or glove attachment,
Available at Cabelas
Also available at Madsdens $29.75 360-736-1336
Link to Manufacturer’s Home Page (no
If you’re a Ranger (USARMY), and
too broke to buy a $29.75 dryer, here’s an article in THE RANGER DIGEST on
to dry boots in your clothes dryer”
Or you can just call me and I’ll
lend you the thirty bucks, pal!
$89.95 from DryGuy
PO Box 1102
Who is this Mister Dry-Guy anyway?
How do you decide to make a living off of hot air?
Is this guy a retired politician?
Is it air only or air and heat? I dunno.
Benefits: 12V or 120, run in your car!
Dry gloves and boots simultaneous!
Ease of packing – fit inside your boots!
$59.95 from DryGuy
Man, if I have to cut my boots in half like that I’m not sure
I really want that dryer!
Putting ’em back together would be worse than rear-entry boots!
The Kwik 4-Pair boot dryers is designed for skiers, snowboarders and
Williams Boot and Glove
REI 1-800-426-4840 has similar product (Happy
Affordable boot dryers that movesair through convection. Provides air
Two 5″ x 1″ diameter tubes
Editor’s hint: Buy a power inverter to plug into your cigarette lighter,
Probably one of the reasons skiers always have
cold feet is because the first thing they do each morning is stick their feet
into five pounds of padding and thermoplastic that’s room temperature or car
temperature, in either case at least 30 degrees LESS than body temperature.
So you’re asking your feet to warm the boots up rather than vice versa. That’s
why a 12V unit to warm your boots on the way to the ski area makes a ton of
Available from Reliable Racing
Made right here in Colorado by a skier! SNAP dry products are manufactured
Probably the funniest thing my buddies and I ever saw was a car, ski rack on
top, and in the rack were two pairs of skis with the boots along for the ride.
It was 20 degrees out. What do you suppose the first thing these bubbas said
when they got on the lift?
Mud room, condo or wall mount, this radiant heating unit is great for
If you’re taking a hair dryer along skiing, why not just take two and stick
’em in your boots instead of buying a boot dryer, pal? Look for a hair dryer
which has a cold|warm|hot switch so you can use the cold setting to dry your
boots. Supposedly heat will dry out, crack, or cook the liner materials. You
might even be able to start a fire this way as well so it’s probably best to
leave them on the fireplace hearth or somewhere else that can’t burn.
1800 GO N RIDE
Here’s some that Appear
how Magyver dries his boots in the middle of East Nowhere using an Apex
Air + Heat, 2 heat settings (I think)
Air and POWERFUL fan, they claim
1 800 I-SNO-SKI
Very similar to SnapDry but tubes retract and arms fold so it collapses
Both 12V and 120V, air only
What’s miraculous is the price, only $29.95.
503-543-7114 or 1-800-326-2711
Looks like an air-only version of the Peets. According to their website:
How to build your own snowboard boot dryer
Alright, it’s confession time. This is the one I built out of 1 1/2 ”