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For those who have everything: The Drywarmer

The Drywarmer can be used to dry out and warm up any type of cold-weather footwear.

Don’t put yourself through the misery of slogging around in wet, cold boots this fall and winter. The Drywarmer from Sidas was designed with alpine skiers in mind, but this dual-headed device can be used to dry out and warm up any type of cold-weather footwear. Needless to say, “a boot dryer could be useful to anyone at risk of having to use wet boots for several days in a row,” whether on the job or at play. And because ultraviolet rays do the work, the Drywarmer also kills odor-causing bacteria. “So not only are your boots dry the next morning, they’re a little fresher.”

$30, skis.com
Source: Gizmag.com

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