Therm-ic Boot Dryer

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Ski and Snowboard boots can be extremely hard to dry. Sometimes overnight drying does not give the results that are needed. It usually takes longer than one night for traditional air-drying to fully dry most liners, until now! This Therm-ic Boot Dryer is specifically designed to gently rid the liners of warmth robbing, mold causing moisture quickly and quietly. Dry boots are the first step towards a great day in the fresh powder while skiing or boarding. This Boot dryer by Therm-ic works great on all kinds of gloves, shoes, winter boots, ski boots or snowboarding boots. Easy to pack and to take with you. Do not be the first to leave the group to come inside because your boots are wet and your feet are cold. This Therm-ic Boot dryer will dry whatever is needed after each venture you have to the pipe or on the backside of the mountain. So do not hold back any longer, go for it! You have the right tool that is on your side after each day skiing or boarding.


  • Dries soaking wet boots or gloves in a few hours
  • Efficient with maximum material protection
  • Absorbs unpleasant odors and mold causing bacteria
  • Compact and quiet
  • Great for all kinds of shoes, winter boots and gloves
  • Rotational speed of the fan
  • Charger Plugs into Wall

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Model Year 2016 Model Number 010340006 Product ID 248566
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I had two of them. They stopped working, one after 3 months, the other after 6 months.cannot believe they produce such a junk.
 
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Q: I will travel to New Zealand and Korea where there voltages are 220 - 230. if I use the plug convert, will it be work? or it is only suit for states thank you
Asked : Nov 18, 2015
By : Joo, Baltimore, MD
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A: With the proper converter for the plug you should have no issue using this.
Answered : Nov 23, 2015
By : Chris, United States
Q: I have heat moldable custom ski boot liners. I need to dry them without heat. Do these use heat to dry or just circulate ambient air? Thanks.
Asked : Dec 05, 2013
By : Shanster
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A: These driers function by circulating slightly warm air. They should not reach a temperature that will impact the shape and fit of a custom molded liner.
Answered : Dec 09, 2013
By : Thom, Product Specialist
Q: I am interested in this product and would like to know if it can be used in Japan as there voltage is 100V 50/60Hz.
Asked : Jun 29, 2013
By : Mike, Perth, Australia
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A: The Therm-ic Boot Dryer should be usable anywhere, although you may need to purchase an converter to allow you to plug the dryer in in Japan.
Answered : Jun 29, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I need a reliable, inexpensive ski boot dryer. I found this Therm-ic 2013 Boot Dryer model in stock but cannot see if it is battery-powered or has wall adapter (for 120V). I found other Therm-ic boot dryers on-line and they accomodate 120V with wall plug-in. I cannot see the wall adapter in the photo which is what I prefer. Thanks, Steve
Asked : Nov 26, 2012
By : Steve, Carlsbad, CA.
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A: This dryer runs on 120V with a US standard plug.
Answered : Nov 26, 2012
By : Thom, Product Specialist
 

 

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