Originally Posted by hardpak16
I saw a couple posts talking about removing the liners. The one time I did this I spent a weekend "breaking in" the boots again. It was a painful process. I can only assume the repositioning causing some new high and low spots. I will not repeat this mistake.
Bottom line- I would suggest not removing your liners unless you really need to.
Interesting. I've been pulling liners as long as I can remember, custom footbeds and all. Never a problem like this, and I feel it definitely helps the drying process.
This season I began using DryGuy "Dry Stix", the precursor to the orange "Circulators" shown in the original post in this thread.
The Dry Stix
work pretty well, and the Circulator
is supposed to improve on that. In fact, I just purchased a 12v Circulator
to plug in to my car's cigarette lighter. In an email from DryGuy, I'm told they put out equal heat to the 120v AC version, and ought to have about a 1A draw off my car's battery. Reasonable (I hope!) for drying my liners overnight without worrying about the battery being severely drained.
I'll be testing this out in the coming weeks and will have to post an update to my "Sleeping in the Car
If they work, this will be great news for cheap-asses and scumbags the world over!