Dryguy AC/DC Boot and Shoe Dryer

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Dryguy AC/DC Boot and Shoe Dryer -
The DryGuy DG12 AC/DC Boot and Shoe Dryer is small enough to go anywhere… to warm in minutes and dry in hours! Working naturally, with gentle, thermal convection the AC/DC™ silently dries all sporting footwear including ski and board boots, ice skates, slippers and even flip-flops. The DryGuy DG12 AC/DC Boot Shoe Dryer produces a safe efficient heat eliminating odors and increasing the life of footwear and gear. Perfect for those mid-day breaks back to your car for lunch when you don’t have enough time to warm up your engine and put your boots on the engine block. Voila!


  • Compact, portable, lightweight size


  • Power - 120V AC household outlet or 12V DC
  • Safe, efficient heat eliminates odors, increasing the life of footwear and gear
  • 7 oz
  • Will not damage footwear, liner, or footbed
  • 2 units at 2” x 1.5” x 6”
  • High quality thermoset plastics
  • Packs easily in boots or shoes
  • Silently warms footwear in minutes
  • Dries footwear in hours; approximate drying time: 6 to 10 hours
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Power:120V ZC household outlet or 12V DC
Size:2 x 1.5 x 6 in.
Weight:7 oz.

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Dryguy AC/DC Boot and Shoe Dryer Reviews:


An excellent compact boot drying system

I have only used this product three times so far but every time it has done an excellent job. I put the dryers in my boots before bed and they were completely dry by morning. The small size makes the dryers easy to pack and it comes with both AC and car adapters so you can start drying on your ride home. The only problem I had was that the car adapter is part of the power cord and if its not connected snugly you wont get power to the dryers. I checked them after plugging them in for the first time and when they did not heat up I realized the car adapter part was loose. As soon as I snugged that part up the red LED came on indicating there was power. I dont anticipate having this problem again now that I am aware of it so its no big deal. These are great boot dryers!
Clifford_Ball at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2010


I'm a trainer for the ski patrol, on the road every weekend at a different mountain. I'd spend a lot of time and skinned knuckles pulling my boot liners out to be sure they dried overnight. These work so well, easy to carry, take no space and work in the truck between mountain visits!
Patroller teacher at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2011

Finally, dry ski boots

After a day of skiing my boot liners are sweaty. They used to still be damp when I put them on the next day. Now I leave the boot dryers in them overnight and no longer have to put my feet in damp boots.
Gigot at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2011