This has to be the coolest thing ever…

Tomorrow I’ll have pictures from the weekend. Get excited, but I’m excited about this! Granted besides the hatphones, and maybe you snowbirds knew about this but I just came across it. SHOE DRYERS?! WHAT!!!! I am in shock that something like this existed. Read on!


What is the PEET Dryer?
The PEET Dryer is a clever device designed to effectively remove wetness, sweat and odor from footwear and gear, without deteriorating materials and without using an undue amount of energy. PEET Dryers are safe for use on footwear and gear made from most any materials: leather, canvas, rubber, vinyl, cloth, plastic and all modern fabrics. The drying process eliminates odor-causing bacteria and arrests the development of mold and mildew that can deteriorate materials, extending your investment in your valuable footwear and gear. The result is what we call “PEET Dry”

The PEET Dryer and all PEET products do what we say they will do — and then some. PEET effectively delivers on its promise to eliminate wetness, perspiration and odor. In fact, the “and then some” is what true value is really all about to us… Products that Work — Guaranteed!

PEET is known for its commitment to the best product warranty in the business. You only offer this kind of assurance if your product can live up to it.

Get your own shoe dryer for $39.95 here!

Dry Guy has a similar product but his link to purchase doesn’t work. It has all the same features and you can see it here and possibly try to get more information.

Hope this keeps your feet dry and warm snowbirds!


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22 Responses to This has to be the coolest thing ever…

  1. D10 says:

    That is really cool. Wish I knew about this when I was playing soccer, especially after rainy games.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Denise says:

    Another option to dry wet shoes, which is a lot less expensive, is newspaper. Yup, stuff your wet sneakers with newspaper and it dries them right out. I didn’t believe it until I tried it myself!

  3. Lacey Nicole says:

    SO GREAT!!!! same as d10 and denise, i always had wet soccer cleats and used newspaper and kept the sneakers + cleats next to our wood stove. these are much more glamorous! :)

  4. Janice says:

    great idea, thanks for sharing

  5. Burger says:

    oh wow, that’s actually not half bad. If it claims to do all that it does, that would make a great gift for a runner!

  6. Marlene says:

    That is brilliant!

  7. J says:

    totally cool! Kinda like putting your shoes in the dryer but safer and less noisy!

  8. johnking says:

    two pieces of pvc pipe and a space heater and you got that thing cheap…those things are awesome though. great write up on aprils blog!

  9. Fabulously Broke says:

    I had something like that growing up, but it was a plastic thing with things that looked like udders and you would put your shoes on top of these udders and put it over a heat vent..

  10. The Running Knitter says:

    That is an excellent idea!

  11. With Love from New Orleans says:

    Freakin brilliant!

  12. Mrs. Nurse says:

    I am just now catching up on blogs. I love the tshirt quilts. What is the couch to 5k?

  13. Steve Stenzel says:

    Yep, us snowbirds LOVE things like that!

    (although I don’t have one…)

    p.s. It’s 20 BELOW windchill in MN right now. Do they make a whole body shoe warmer/dryer?

  14. Jenn says:

    I’ve never heard of such a thing — how cool!

  15. Marci says:

    sounds cool, although I wonder if your shoes smell why drying?

  16. Diana says:

    These also work for gloves and mittens! We northerners/snowbirds know all the good stuff!!!

  17. Carolina Girl says:

    That is SO cool!!!

  18. X-Country2 says:

    Very cool! I usually turn my shoes upside down and lay them on top of the vent in the entry way.

    Keep the great finds coming!

  19. Allie says:

    That looks so cool! People in Central Illinois who run outside should invest in those!

  20. Abbie says:

    I’ve been using these for years w/ my ski boots! Love them!

  21. Julianne says:

    How do people come up with these kind of ideas?? I guess where there’s a need…


  22. Sarah Danielle says:

    My hubby NEEDS this for his rugby cleats! Thanks for posting!

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