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. Moisture builds up in ski boots when ski boots get wet. Many people suspect that their boots have sprung a leak. This is highly unlikely given the quality of boots manufactured today. What's more likely is that the moisture us coming form inside the boot. Of all parts of your body, your feet have the highest number of sweat glands per square inch. The insulating material absorbs moisture before moving in vapor form toward the shell of the boot. As vapor approaches the shell, it meets cold temperatures and condenses. Over time the buildup in moisture reduces the boot's ability to insulate the foot, diminishing body temperature 25 times faster than air.

  2. Dry insulation conserves body-heat 25 times better than damp insulation.

  3. Boot dryers can help people of all ages. Some people are very active and perspire easily; some kids wear the same sneakers every day for months at a time. Athletes sweat and leave moisture in their shoes. Boot dryers simple remove the moisture, which removes the fungus that causes your shoes to smell. You're left with dry, warm, clean-smelling shoes and boots.

  4. Bacteria grow in warm moist environments and causes infections. More than 60,000 diabetics per year lose their toes to infections, and it's estimated that 75% of these amputations could be avoided with proper foot care.

  5. Sweat is basically just salt and water, so it doesn't have a distinctive smell of its own. The smell is actually caused by bacteria on our skin that eats the sweat and excretes waste that has a strong odor. It's perfectly normal to have bacteria on your skin, and it doesn't ordinarily produce a noticeable smell, but sweat attracts bacteria and gives them a whole lot to feed on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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