Boot Dryer Products

Ski Boot & Glove Dryer

Ice Skate & Glove Dryer

Soccer Shoe Dryer

Athletic Shoe Dryer

LAX shoe & Glove Dryer

Work Boot Dryer

Diver Bootie Dryer

 

Here are a few facts about boot dryers, ski boot dryers, ice skate dryers, athletic shoe dryers and work boot dryers.  If you are interested in any of or products, please click on the link in the left column.

  1. To eliminate foot odor, practice good foot hygiene to keep bacteria levels at a minimum. Avoid wearing nylon socks or plastic shoes. Instead, wear shoes made of leather, canvas, mesh or other materials that let your feet breathe.

  2. Odor accompanies sweat, fungus, and bacteria.

  3. We sweat all over -- our hands have a comparable number of sweat glands, for example -- and most of the rest of our body doesn't particularly stink, except for our armpits. The difference is socks and shoes cover up our feet. The sweat our feet produce can't easily escape into the air like the sweat on our hands. Therefore, the sweat collects in our socks and shoes. The bacteria love this dark, damp feast and have a sort of feeding frenzy. When you take off your shoes, the smell that hits you is all the bacteria excretions that's collected on your feet and in your socks and shoes.

  4. Peet boot dryers are for athletes who play soccer, football, baseball, lacrosse, etc. Wet boots get cold and damp from moisture buildup. By using a boot dryer and removing the moisture, your feet will feel warm and dry.

  5. To reduce the amount of sweat that collects in your shoes, you should always wear socks, preferably made of cotton or other absorbent materials that absorb a lot of the sweat so the bacteria can't feed on it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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