Boot liner lube ? - Page 2

AlpineZone

Page 2 of 4 FirstFirst 1234 LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 33
  1. #11
    My boot dryers have my boots dry in 2 hours even after a 75 degrees day ripping spring bumps.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by skiur View Post
    Why take them out? Put them on a boot dryer after skiing. Nice to warm the boots up next day before putting them on, warm boots go on much easier.
    There can be a quite a bit moisture that's between the shell and the liner. If you don't pull the liner out and remove the moisture, you can start a nice mold culture. Also, when the liners are removed from the shell, they dry much faster, even without a boot dryer.
    Live for today

  3. #13
    Great ! thank you.
    Live for today

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpsis View Post
    There can be a quite a bit moisture that's between the shell and the liner. If you don't pull the liner out and remove the moisture, you can start a nice mold culture. Also, when the liners are removed from the shell, they dry much faster, even without a boot dryer.
    I must have a better boot dryer than you as I set it for 180 min after skiing and my boots are completely dry on both sides of the liner. Been doing it for years and never have had any mold between boots and liners.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by skiur View Post
    I must have a better boot dryer than you as I set it for 180 min after skiing and my boots are completely dry on both sides of the liner. Been doing it for years and never have had any mold between boots and liners.
    Congrats. Want a cookie?

    Sent from my SM-G930F using AlpineZone mobile app

    104(12/13)
    105
    (13/14)
    48(14/15)
    35(15/16)
    50(16/17)
    Rossi Soul 7 w/ Marker F12 (188 ) FOR SALE!
    Stockli Stormrider w/ Look PX 12 (177)

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkshot99 View Post
    Congrats. Want a cookie?

    Sent from my SM-G930F using AlpineZone mobile app
    Please, is it from Colorado?

  7. #17
    I have one of these, it works great. I think I paid about $45 for it on sale.


    https://www.amazon.com/PEET-Dryer-Ad...t+boot+dryer+4

    I only use it if I'm skiing 2 or more days in a row though, if I'm just skiing one day, I simply take my liners out. But for those times when you need everything bone dry the next morning, this thing drys your liners & gloves in about 75 minutes. I imagine it would be fantastic for a ski family on vacation.
    President - Bicknell's Thrush Extermination Solutions (BTES), LLC



  8. #18
    A few weeks ago I took my liners out to change the footbeds and noticed water between the liners and boot bottoms after they spent a week in the ski closet. I now take out the liners after each day out to let things dry. Everything is usually dry by morning. Might add a boot dryer to the list along with wax.

  9. #19
    Smellytele's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Location
    Right where I want to be
    Posts
    6,884
    The boot dyer drys the liner and also drys the shell. Don't need to take the liner out. Just leave them on there over night. I don't have the one with the blower just the heat that rises up.
    2010/11 - 30days 2011/12 - 29days 2012/13 - 40 days 2013/14 - 39 days 2014/15 - 42 days
    2015/2016 -27 days 2016/17 - 51 days 2017/18 - 57 days 2018/19 - 75 days

  10. #20
    Pull the liners!!!! Otherwise the boot stink that will eventually arrive!!!

    Sent from my XT1254 using AlpineZone mobile app
    '07--08 season: 51 Days, '08-'09 season: 55 Days, '09-'10 season: 41 Days, '10-'11 season: 49 days, '11-'12 season: 40 Days '12-'13 season: 57 days, '13-'14 season, 60 days '14-'15 season 60 days, '15-'16 season 52 days, '16-'17 season: 50 days, '17-'18 season 52 days, '18-'19 season 45 days '07-'19 seasons: 612 Days

    '19 - '20 season:

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
All times are GMT -5. The time now is 7:07 PM.