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Thread: Drying Wading Boots in Winter

  1. #1
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    Jan 2008
    MI and TN

    Default Drying Wading Boots in Winter

    Just wondering ... Has anyone come up with a good way to dry out their wading bootz in the Winter season? Mine are those heavy Orvis types with felt soles. Don't want them to mildew or have other problems but they don't seem to dry very well when it is raining outside and the ambient temp is 50 degrees or below. Anyone have a tried and true method for drying them out during this season?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2007


    I used to put wet shoes / boots on the floor in front of the fridge in the garage. Shoes would be completely dry within a day, and boots took a bit over that. Its hot air that you are already paying for, and its gentle unlike a drier or hairdryer.

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