I dry my boots with portable dryers overnight in the hotel. And stick them under the rear heater vent in my SUV as I drive to the mountain. Nothing like slipping on a nice warm pair of boots.
Recently I finally got foot beds and some boot work done at Northern Ski Works in Okemo. Ankles were killing me due to overpronated knees. After the guy heated up my boots, slipped them on pretty easily which is a far cry from the usual torture i go through. I got to thinking, short of always booting up at the hotel as usual, why can;t my boots be this warm all the time? Tom the fitter said I ought to dry my liners/footbeds more diligently too. I don;t even know how water gets into them!
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