Shoe and Boot Dryer Saves Winter Feet Misery Beth Snyder December 13, 2012 Ah, winter. Many of you love it, many of you hate it, some of you don’t ever have to deal with it, and some of you wish you could. For those who live where snow is a way of life for several months every year, you are familiar with the misery of wet shoes and boots, especially if they don’t have time to properly dry before you have to put them on again. It’s worse than putting on a wet bathing suit, and that’s pretty awful. If you’re lucky enough to have a house with heating vents in the floor, you can always flip your footwear upside down on top of one, but for those of us with baseboard heating that just isn’t an option. Well, what about the Peet Advantage Shoe and Boot Dryer? The only drawback I can see to this is it only has four posts, which means you can only dry two pairs of shoes or boots at one time. If you live in a house with just two people, or by yourself, then you’re all set. But if you’re a family larger than that, you’re going to need more than one. But it looks like it would totally be worth it. How this works is you place your shoes on the posts, and turn the machine on. You get to choose between room temperature and heated air, and it has an automatic four-hour timer so you don’t have to worry about remembering to shut it off. It’s supposed to take just three hours to remove 90% of the wet, soggy nastiness from your boots. Of course, on the off chance your boots aren’t wet, you can also use it for whatever will fit on the posts, such as gloves, mittens, hats, or even coats (although I would think a coat would take up all four vents at once, and you might be better off choosing your dryer). The Shoe and Boot Dryer comes only in gray, so while it may not exactly match your decor it shouldn’t actively fight with it. Each unit costs $89.95 US. Source: Red Ferret Share This With The World!