How to Dry Wet Motocross Boots

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How to Dry Wet Motocross Boots
Motocross boots are essential gear for riders. (motocross image by Brett Bouwer from

Motocross is a type of motorcycle racing. Along with a helmet, boots are another essential part of the gear that riders need for motocross racing. The right motocross boots support and protect the ankles from injury. During a motocross race, the boots can get wet. Dry the boots properly to keep them in good condition.

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Things you need

  • Blow-dryer
  • Gear dryers

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  1. 1

    Turn on a blow-dryer at a high setting.

  2. 2

    Place the nozzle near the boot's opening to dry the interior of the boot. Remove the wetness, but don't dry out the boots completely.

  3. 3

    Place gear dryers in each boot. The Sound Rider website describes gear dryers as "bags about the size of a cucumber that are filled with silica beads that suck the moisture out of anything wet that lands near them."

  4. 4

    Leave the gear dryers in place for about 8 hours.

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