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The last time you tried drying your sweat- and snow-soaked boots by propping them on a radiator overnight, you ended up ruining them. Treat your new boots better by using the Therm-ic 120v Boot Dryer instead. Set your boots side by side, stick the Therm-ic Boot Dryer inside, and wake up tomorrow to dry, warm boots that don't have odd little melted spots on them. Over time, you'll also notice another benefit—none of that nasty stench your boots are prone to developing.

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5 5

Good purchase!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I got this last winter as a small extra Xmas gift for my husband. Little did I know it'd dry things fast enough for both of us! We're ice climbers, snowboarders, skiers etc...when we're willing to time it right to swap everything out, this little gadget dries 2 pairs of boots (or rather, liners) and 2 pairs of gloves, even soaking wet, overnight. It doesn't make much noise, so it's fine to leave on in the same room where you're eating, sleeping, socializing or whatever. It's also small enough that it doesn't feel like you're adding much to the packing list, especially after all the gear for whatever sport will get your boots wet!

4 5

Functional and small

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Picked these up for the hunting season and so far have been pretty impressed. Tested it twice and works great. If your looking for something functional and that will pack small its the best bang for your buck.

Unanswered Question

Will these fit into a ski boot to protect them from overzealous baggage handlers?

4 5

Swamp Boot No More!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A good boot dryer is a must have for anyone who wants to be able to use a pair of socks more than twice before they melt into sludge from being so damp/smelly/gross. This one is small, powerful and very pack-able.

5 5

Toasty Toes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the warmest, wettest, stinkyest feet ever.....and this boot dryer saves me. I wear boots all the time, not really a sneaker kinda guy, and my boots stink and get manky. Every day after work or skiing I toss these babies in for a couple of hours and now have a dry and toasty pair of boots to put on. I am buying a second pair to keep in my locker at the resort.

5 5

Perfect for shoes/boots/gloves!

This boot dryer works great in anything that gets wet. The tubes are extendable and rotatable. They easily fit in any kind of shoe whether they're your typical shoes, hiking boots or even taller boots such as ski/snowboarding boots. I have used this for my gloves and mittens too. The device isn't too loud and works quickly. It also blows out air at a warmer temperature, so the boots and gloves are not only dry but also warm!

5 5

a must have for anyone who hates cold, wet boots

Spending a season working in a ski lodge allows me to ski everyday, this also means that drying my boots can be a bit of a pain in the ass. After getting tired of waking up to finding my boots still wet and cold from the day before I got the Therm-ic Boot Dryer and it does just what it's supposed to. It usually takes about an hour or two to fully dry my boots and I don't even have to take my liners out. Throw in some dryer sheets to the toe box and I don't have to deal with smelly boots either. Another advantage to this is its size and weight which makes travel very easy. Bottom line for $40 you can't go wrong, so far I've been very pleased with this product

Unanswered Question

Are these safe for use on gloves too? Or...

Are these safe for use on gloves too? Or should I go with the Thermic boot 'warmer'? Does the warmer dry?
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