Drying your ski boots out after a day of sweating in them is easily achieved in a variety of ways. Here’s a couple of simple tricks for when you’re away from the conveniences you may have at home like a dedicated set of forced air dryers, a space heater, or the shelf above a pot belly stove.
If it’s a sunny day the fastest way to dry ‘em is to pull the liners out of the shells and set them on the dash of your car. Even on a cold winter day the solar energy should be sufficient to dry ‘em out in an hour or two. This is NOT advised with heat moldable liners that can, especially on a warm sunny day, get hot enough to remold on their own. In other words, use caution with this method.
What’s your fave trick for drying boots on the cheap while on the road?