For anyone who spends time in the outdoors knows, wet shoes and boots are a given. Whether it’s the accidental slip into the stream, the purposeful crossing of a marshy area, or simply the dampness due to sweaty feet, wet footwear is unpleasant at best. What we might not think about is that not only are damp shoes a source of discomfort and odor, they are a harbor for bacteria, fungus, and molds.
That’s why keeping your footwear dry is so important. Dryguy has been in the business of drying wet shoes, boots, and gloves for some time now. We have been trying out the Force Dry by Dryguy for a couple of weeks and there is much to like about this product.
First off, the Force Dry dries a pair of shoes in about an hour, much faster than a typical time of 8 hours of simply air drying. Secondly, the Force Dry’s articulating dry ports rotate 180 degrees and telescope upward for reach farther into taller boots. The ports fold flat into the unit, making storage of the unit possible in smaller spaces. Finally, the Force Dry has an integrated timer which automatically turns the unit off to a maximum of three hours.
Check out the Force Dry (available for $50.00) and all the products by Dryguy at www.dryguy.com.