Yup, they are great if your boots are constantly getting wet inside. There was a time when I could not live without my boot dryers because in the morning my boots would still be wet from the day before. We don't seem to use or need ours anymore, probably because we don't ride or board in the rain anymore. Some of us don't have that option, especially if you work in the elements. I haven't had wet boots in the morning since I quit playing in the rain. It may also be that now we use better boots and they don't get wet in the first place. If your boots are always getting soaked you might try upgrading your boot. To me a fully waterproof boot is probably the single most important piece of winter snow gear. I use Danners for snowmobiling and adjust sock layers to suit the temperature. Haven't used the Peet dryers in like 2 years despite approx 100 days per year combined snowboarding and snowmobiling.
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