A large selection of heaters and dryers to keep your hockey skates and ski, hunting,
snowboard, and other outdoor boot and gloves dry and warm. Chemical pack foot and hand
warmers from Heat Factory, an overboot shell from BootGlove, and battery operated boot
warmers from Hotronic; 110 v boot and glove driers from SnapDry, Dry Guy, and Chinook air
drying systems. Wet boots equals cold feet. These dryers are also excellent for drying
boots and gloves from many sports including skiing, snowboarding, hockey, snowshoeing,
snowmobiling, hiking and equestrian (horse back riding) as well as a boot dryer for work
boots and athletic shoes and sneakers. The best place to start to keep your feet warm is
with a good pair of moisture wicking socks. All the socks
on our site are excellent quality. The DryGuy Circulator
dries one pair of boots or gloves and use a convection style warmer without a fan (110v).
Best used to dry boots or gloves overnight.
- The Snap Dry Dryers are well built units that dry
one pair of boots or gloves and use forced warm air (110v). Collapses for portability.
- The Seirus QuickDry dry one pair of boots or gloves
and use forced warm air (110v). Collapses for portability.
- The Chinook Dryers dry one to six pairs of
boots and gloves and use forced room temperature air (110v). Drying is
done overnight in most cases. Floor standing - not portable (except for 1 pair).
- The Kwik Boot and Glove Dryers use forced hot
air and are designed for high end residential and commercial use. Dry boots and gloves in
15 - 30 minutes with a timer. Units for 2 to 14 pair of gloves or boots.
- The Hotronic are in-boot battery operated warmers. If you
find yourself using too many chemical warmers, these are the heaters for you.
Heat Factory are in-boot toe and in-glove hand chemical
warmers. For many people, these are sufficient. They can be worn on top of or under the
Grabber Heat Treat are in-boot toe and foot and in-glove
hand chemical warmers. For many people, these are sufficient.
Bootgloves are used by themselves or with one of the
other warmers. Make sure they are used as directed on the BootGlove page.
Boot Burners are microwavable heat packs designed to be
put in to ski boots to warm them on the way to the hill. One recommendation regardless
of the solution you choose - spray antiperspirant on the foot and wear a good moisture wicking sock. Many times the feet are cold because
they are wet. More often that not this is due to sweat. A little spray and a good sock
can make a big difference.