How many times have you shuddered after stepping into damp or soaked footwear? This inconvenience, that everyone spending a lot of time outdoors faced at least once, is responsible for the whole DryGuy history.
Annoyed with the rainy weather in Seattle, DryGuy company emerged with their innovative Forced Air footwear dryers to combat the problem of wet boots. Everyone that’s visited or lived in the state of Washington knows how rainy it can get. It’s no wonder that the DryGuy history started exactly there, dating all the way to 1994.
What is DryGuy all about?
DryGuy dryers are one of the best on the market. Not only that, they also make tons of dryer accessories and insulation products.
Their dryers are separated into two technologies, convection drying and forced air drying. The latter is their specialty and some of the best dryers based on this technology were made by none other but DryGuy.
Forced air dryers blow hot air that circulates through your boots and removes dampness and any odor with it. On the other hand, DryGuy convection dryers rely on one heating source. With convection dryers, hot air raises naturally and slowly evaporates moisture.
In newer DryGuy history, the company tries to develop both practical and efficient solutions with one goal in mind, keeping feet dry. They made some amazing standalone models, as well as extremely practical portable dryers. Latest can be handy when you have to dry your boots on the road.
Wet boots, gloves, helmets or hats can also be dangerous, besides being an inconvenience. Fungus and bacteria that form and grow due to moisture can cause athlete’s foot or infections. And that’s what makes your feet smell. Boots and shoes dried by DryGuy dryers will stay safer and more comfortable.