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How to Dry Wet Motocross Boots

Updated February 21, 2017

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.

Turn on a blow-dryer at a high setting.

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.

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."

Leave the gear dryers in place for about 8 hours.

Things You'll Need

  • Blow-dryer
  • Gear dryers
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