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Mountain Biking UK Magazine recommends Drysure Active

Mountain Biking UK Magazine recommends Drysure Active

Rob Weaver, the Technical Editor in Chief at Mountain Biking UK Magazine, (The UK's Best Selling Mountain Bike Magazine) has reviewed Drysure Active shoe dryers in the Summer 2019 edition of the magazine.

Here are some of the best bits from the article:

"We’ve found the Drysures to be effective, especially when drying damp shoes overnight."

"To really test them, we submerged a pair of Giro Chamber II shoes for 10 seconds in cold water and slotted a dryer into one of them. After 24 hours, the shoe with the dryer was almost completely dry, with only some of the thicker ankle padding feeling damp when squeezed. The shoe without the dryer still felt damp inside and the padding noticeably damper."

"While the Drysures may not dry heavily-soaked shoes overnight, they certainly help things to feel comfier, which we think makes them well worth the price."
 
Drysure has been recommended by Mountain Biking Uk Magazine

DRYSURE ACTIVE - Recommended by Mountain Biking UK

FULL ARTICLE BELOW:

Unlike a number of other, more expensive shoe dryers, these don’t need to be plugged in, thanks to the use of silica gel beads, held within fabric sacks. Using the Drysures is easy. Simply slip the two plastic shells (which encase the fabric sacks) into your shoes and wait. Once dry, you can easily pop the casing open to access the bead sacks. To reactivate the beads, you can sit them on a warm radiator, place them in direct sunlight or stick them in the oven (excluding the plastic casing) for a couple of hours. Once reactivated, you need to store them in the plastic bag provided (which we’d prefer to be a little bigger, as it’s quite tight) to keep them dry. We’ve found the Drysures to be effective, especially when drying damp shoes overnight. To really test them, we submerged a pair of Giro Chamber II shoes for 10 seconds in cold water and slotted a dryer into one of them. After 24 hours, the shoe with the dryer was almost completely dry, with only some of the thicker ankle padding feeling damp when squeezed. The shoe without the dryer still felt damp inside and the padding noticeably damper. While the Drysures may not dry heavily-soaked shoes overnight, they certainly help things to feel comfier, which we think makes them well worth the price.

Rob