With my acceptance of shapes, and particularly with going shorter, the strain is less and I can ski a dozen days before I need to R&R.
Anyway, I've always had a spot where I put my boots up off the floor a couple of feet in a warm, dry room and, even if they got a little damp after three or four days of use, they'd dry out completely during R&R. With longer intervals between days off, I was finding the boots didn't get really dry. So I made a box with a fan in it and two sets of standpipes for inverting my and my wife's boots over. The pipes have a 90-degree elbow so the air is directed into the toe area and the fan produces enough flow that I can feel air coming out around the cuffs of all four boots. I set the box up on a couple of those plastic dairy crates so the air intake is ambient room temperature.
My question is, would the drying be even more thorough if I stood the boots up normally and ran flexible tubing down into the last area instead of hanging them upside down?