How to dry football boots or any other footwear

How to dry football boots after using

Have you ever been with the question how to dry your footwear or football boots quickly before the next training or game.

I have been thing about that many-many times before.

It´s not just my football boots, but all my footwear after cleaning them.

So I found the solution:

In Amazon, these are several options to solve this issue.

1. DryGuy Force Dry DX

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Price: $65.13

Availability: In stock

Rating: 10/10

Info:

  • Plastic
  • Forced-air garment dryer for ski-snowboard boots, gloves, Pants, and more
  • Includes 4 extra tall Air chambers and whisper-quiet rotary blower
  • 105-Degree Fahrenheit Air temperature protects clothes and eliminates odor
  • Helps reduce the growth of Bacterial and mold, dries most garments in 1-2 hours
  • 3 hour timer, 6-feet power cord, 1-Year Warranty

 

Customer feedback:

How did I not know about these things before? I live in the Pacific Northwest where it’s always wet and our footwear can easily get moldy. This thing helps you keep your shoes/gloves/helmets dry.

Noisy? – No, it’s as noisy or quiet as a normal fan.
Effective? – Yes. It has dried my soaked bike shoes in a couple hours
Durable? – We’ll see with time but it does feel like it’s well-built.


Ordered this on a recommendation from soccer mom (same thing, different maker).
My son’s cleats would STINK! Soccer 6-days a week – the sweat would never dry and sit in the soccer bag. It was awful.
Using this 1+ month now and he comes home from practice, cleats go on the dryer, grabs them next day.
No more stink!
My running son is now also using for his stinky 6-days-a-week running shoes.
Love this product. Hopefully it lasts as we run it nearly every day now.

 

2. DryGuy AC/DC Footwear Dryer

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Price: $28.98

Availability: In stock

Rating: 9/10

Info:

  • Compact, Portable Light Weight Size
  • Will Not Damage Footwear, Liner or Foot Bed
  • You can use them in home but also in the car going to training.

Customer feedback:

I bought the AC/DC model several months ago and use it for warming and drying ski boots. I primarily use it in my car to warm up my ski boots on the way to the mountain. Nothing is harder than putting on performance (Ie. stiff shell) ski boots when they have been sitting in a cold car or garage. They give you a good head start to keep your feet warm on cold days. I find that when I start the day with warm boots, they don’t suck the body heat from my feet…Cold boots tend to stay cold all day cause they’re never able to catch up to your body temperature.

It takes about 20-30 minutes to warm them up.

The temperature is safe enough to use with heat moldable liners and custom food beds.

You can put them in gloves to warm them as well.

The heat also works well to keep your gear dryer and odor free.


This item is a must for all skiers. Keep it in your boot bag and you’ll have toasty boots to start the day and at the end of the day, you can dry them on the way home. Don’t leave home without it!!
 
 

3. DryGuy Simple Dry

 

dsgPrice: $39.99

Availability: In stock

Rating: 8/10

Info:

  • Plastic
  • Convection based drying System heats to approximately 105 degrees
  • Dries two garments (1 pair) in 6-8 hours
  • Completely silent – no moving parts
  • Will not damage fragile materials in footwear or other garments
  • Helps reduce odors caused by bacteria, fungus and mildew

Customer feedback:

Initially wondered if it was on, because without a fan it is totally quiet. However, it soon produced a gentle heat which worked well for drying either boots or gloves.


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