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No One Likes Wet Boots

After a day of playing out in the snow, you're bound to come in soggy from the snow. And no one wants to slip on wet boots or gloves the next day.

The solution? The Winter Gear Dryer from Frontgate.

Use it to dry your boots, hats, mittens, gloves, socks, or helmet. It even includes boot extensions for knee-high boots. Now your gear will be dry and ready for you to use the next day. Not to mention that getting rid of the moisture will keep your boots from smelling.

You can even use it to warm up your gear. How nice would it be to slip on a pair of toasty warm boots and mittens before heading out into the bitter cold?

If you live in a place where it rains or snows in the winter, $94.50 seems like a small price to pay.

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Butrfly4404 Butrfly4404 10 years
I'm an MN'er, too...saw this at Wally's but resisted. My entry way looks like its been blown up every day when I get home from work. I can't imagine what would happen to any machine that tried to survive down there.
kscincotta kscincotta 10 years
I would have loved this when I lived in New York. There is nothing worse than wet shoes.
Hope5 Hope5 10 years
Cute fitsugar.
iffermay iffermay 10 years
I live in MN and I have a dry guy. It is great! The kids' (or my) mittens, hatts, boots gaet very wet (if it ever snows) nad this thing is great! We actually keep it ont he back porch all year long and use it for wet runnign shoes, etc in the warmer months.
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