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    Glove and shoe dryer

    It's fall and my commute is getting wetter. Anyone have a suggestion for a good glove and shoe dryer? If it is affordable, I'd get one for work and another for home.

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    I can't find the big older ones anymore....just smaller ones...they take overnight to do a good dry out.

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    Are you talking soaked from rain or a bit dank from sweat? If the latter, newspaper for wondered. For the former, I put soaked shoes on the dehumidifier overnight, which works like a charm, and just suck it up if they get wet on the way in to work.

    Typed on my phone. Pardon the autocorrect.

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    Use goretex shoes? And I just put them on the heater vent when I get home, (forced hot air heat)

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    Stingray, along the lines of your thoughts, I now have 1 at home and 1 at work. I got them on the cheap, so I don't know that I can recommend or recall a brand. The home one is the larger stand type, and gentler, with warm air flow. It is also nice for preheating boots for winter ride. The work one is small, 2 parts that fit 100% inside the shoe and get hotter than the home one. I did have a pair of 5.10s rubber peel away from the upper prematurely, but I was unsure if it was a manufacturing change or if drying "too hot" was to blame. Shoe goo fixed it. A Specialized clipless shoe has been dried many times with no ill effects. I got one from Sierratradingpost and one from steepandcheap, but I don't see any there now, sorry.

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