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Smelly Motorcycle Boots? Try This!

8
October
2012
  Posted at 06:00:00 PM
  File under  New Products
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Warning Sign Smelly Boots
Those of you who have been in the saddle for hours, know this problem. When you take off those motorcycle boots, you and everyone around you will know they're off. The smell can easily compete with the best of the smelliest cheese made anywhere in the world. And if you need to take your motorcycle out again the next day, and you need to put on those boots.... OMG. If you get stopped, the cops might think you were transporting a ripe dead body.

Here's a product made for ski boots. Ski boots, like motorcycle boots, are sturdy and usually calf-length. They hold out the water and cold air, which results in your feet staying nice and dry. So nice and dry that they'll start sweating. The sweat become bacteria, and that smells, and makes the inside of the boots humid.

Sidas DryWarmer

Using the Sidas Open Sidas link in a new window Drywarmer could eliminate this after a long ride. Insert one in each boot, and the strong UV light kills any bacteria and heats up the boots, drying them out..

So in one go you dry your boots and remove those pesky bacteria that make things smell. You could also use it in gloves, and even maybe a helmet. They're selling them for skiing, but I'd say it'll work very well for motorcycles.

Cost: Approx US$30 / UK£22 / €25

Click here to read more about the Sidas Drywarmer Open Sidassport link in a new window

Via: Gizmag



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