Reddit Reddit reviews DryGuy Travel Dry DX Boot Dryer and Shoe Dryer

We found 7 Reddit comments about DryGuy Travel Dry DX Boot Dryer and Shoe Dryer. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Sports & Outdoors
Camping & Hiking Equipment
Outdoor Recreation
DryGuy Travel Dry DX Boot Dryer and Shoe Dryer
Portable boot dryer and shoe dryer combines traditional convection drying with forced airHybrid forced air and convection system heats to 99-degrees to dry footwear in less time than it takes most other portable dryersAC/DC power adaptor means it can be used at home or in the car; compact design packs easily in carry-on luggageAbility to work from the car make it the perfect travel accessory for any outdoor vacationFits in most types of footwear; will not damage fragile materials; 1-year warranty
Check price on Amazon

7 Reddit comments about DryGuy Travel Dry DX Boot Dryer and Shoe Dryer:

u/Finnrick · 3 pointsr/FigureSkating
u/ProdigalSonReturned · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting

For wet shoes, pick up one of these:

I have one at work and one at home. That said, with shoe covers and fenders I have yet to need to dry my cycling shoes so far this season.

As for wet clothes, given your situation and the fact that nothing soaked will air-dry in San Francisco during the winter absent artificial heating, then your options are either investing in proper rain gear so your clothes never get anything more than sweaty damp, or investing in multiple pairs of outerwear so you can have fresh clothes to wear each morning. Last year I went with multiple clothing sets, and that was fine if cold. This year I've gone with proper rain gear, and I couldn't be happier.

u/LumaDaylight · 2 pointsr/snowboarding

DryGuy Travel Dry DX Boot Dryer and Shoe Dryer

Those, which have a car plug in for a cig lighter thing. I have a spot for it in my trunk, so all my stuff will have the back heat on to dry boards and clothes and those in my boots with some cedar chip bags.

u/ColinMcI · 2 pointsr/ultimate

I find these useful. Had a good experience with the company on warranty service, too.

Especially if they play college, they are likely to run into some nasty weather. Having a pair of dry cleats Sunday morning is a real luxury, and using the dryers helps control odor, too (good for dorm or living with roommates). Using a shoe dryer is dramatically more effective than any other tricks (stuffing with newspaper, etc.).

u/jAdamP · 2 pointsr/skiing

I have these:


They aren't warmers per se but they do warm the boot up a bit as they run. I've never tried to use them as a warmer, I've always just plugged them in to dry after a day of skiing but by the time I take them out, they are nice and toasty down in there. Not sure how long it takes to warm up (I'll plug them in when I wake up in the morning to let the boots warm up while I eat and what not and that works fine). They can plug into 120V AC or the 12V DC outlet in your car. If you plugged them in and drove 30+ minutes to the hill, I bet that'd do a pretty good job. Only thing I don't like about them is they say not to use them for gloves.

edit: another, pricier option that I have seen people use:

u/NF-31 · 2 pointsr/MTB

I'm in the PNW. Before I lived here, I road tripped here 5 years straight, including during December. It's the wet season...

The trails will be fine and the riding will be good, especially under tree cover and you don't have to worry about snow much right on the coast. You might not see much scenery, but the trail experience will be pretty good.

The biggest issue you'll face on a riding trip is that your bike and gear will be hard to get dried out in between rides. I'd start thinking about how you are going to deal with that. If you have a way to bring 2 sets of gloves, shoes, helmet etc it will be the best way to go.

You might want to grab something like this or this.

You can't really stay dry, but you can stay warm. Think about merino wool, windproof gloves, rain shorts, rain jacket etc.

In the mountains, the snowline is typically around 2000' of elevation at the lowest. At the coast, more like 2500' or 3000'. About 3 times a year the snow will come down lower, but it's usually gone in a few days.

Personally, I would go to Tucson AZ or St. George UT in December.

u/odonnellryanc · 1 pointr/icecoast

I've been hitting the mountain more this year than usual, often two or three days in a row.

Needed something portable, so I got these:

I have my doubts about the in-the-boot dryer like that, but let's see if it works well enough for a cheap travel solution.

Silica is always great, too!