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DryGuy's patents and technologies were born from hands-on experiences in the snow and outdoors. In 1994, founder Joel Beckett set out to solve the problem of cold feet and hands. By applying lessons learned from 20 years in the aerospace industry, Joel discovered new ways to keep active people warm. Today DryGuy is the country's leading supplier of footwear and accessory dryers and thermal layering systems. DryGuy's products are designed to keep you at an optimum level of comfort inside and out.
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The covers worked great - definitely have warmer feet - my only 'issue' is that I received 2 left foot covers. Not a huge problem - just one foot goes on a little harder.Published 23 days ago by Kerry
The sizing chart was way off. Did not fit my boots. Waste of $$Published 29 days ago by Eric Genest
This is one of the best inventions for skiing. I have been using neoprene booties for 25 years. The extra layer of neoprene keeps the heat in and boots dry especially on very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Colleen
Work exactly as advertised. On a recent day with minus 30 windchill I never had to go in to warm my feet. So good I bought a pair for a friend.Published 1 month ago by Geoff Bailey
Great fit. They keet the feet nice and cozy. Sorry I did not buy them earlier.Published 1 month ago by joan isabella
Did not find there to be much improvement in the warmth of my feet. Mostly just keeps the snow from accumulating on my boots.Published 1 month ago by RickG75
This is my second pair, first ones lasted 3seasons. I stick toe heaters in the inside top toe area of my boots, slide my feet in, buckle up, slide my DryGuys on and ski all day... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Angie Mezeske
We have electric boot warmers but still our feet get cool by the end of our ski day. We have been wearing the boot gloves for close to 2 months and our feet have always been warm. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Judson T. Pierson