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    Default Propane boot dryers

    Peet Industries of Idaho sell these electic model boot dryers - and a propane model that might be of interest to backcountry campers (and any Ski Shops in Albury).
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    Default Re: propane boot dryers

    creepy but effective!

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    Is that it? I got this - which would seem to be a bit much to lug.

    http://www.cabelas.com/p-0006605830050a.shtml

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    Default Re: Propane boot dryers

    I've seen similar things for sale on ebay
    they are white colured, use electricicity and fold donw for storing
    none listed at the moment though or I would post a link
    there is never enough snow

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    That's it, SA.

    It pulls apart and is made of light plastic. There's no motor and might be useful for snow campers.
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    Propane canisters don't work very well in igh altitude or cold temps. The reviews look like it needs some work.
    *insert witty comment here*

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    My feet sweat a lot and I very happily lugged my boot warmer on Southwest & Vaustralia. I'll be taking it to the US in March because I just love dry toasty boots in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vet View Post
    My feet sweat a lot and I very happily lugged my boot warmer on Southwest & Vaustralia. I'll be taking it to the US in March because I just love dry toasty boots in the morning.
    I would have thought the 3 bedroom condo on the banks of the Lake with the free daily shuttles would have come complete with a decent drying room
    Whatever!

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    that's why they're cheaper per sq.m than anything you can rent in London, New York or Mt Buller.
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