Winter Gear Dryer Uses Series of Tubes for Quick Turnaround

We're getting jealous of our California brethren, with all those sunny skies and balmy nights, because the rest of us are shoveling snow, getting cold and traipsing inside with frozen-solid boots and gloves that need to be dried, and fast. That's where this winter gear dryer might come in handy. It sure beats putting those heavy boots into the clothes dryer, banging around for an hour and perhaps melting in the process.

It looks like a glorified hair dryer, blowing air through its series of tubes that are sized variously for gloves, boots, or anything else you can fit on them. Neat idea, but you'll pay $95 for the privilege. This technological device would be perfect for those who live in places like Alaska.

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