Many of us all been caught out by the rain in the past I'm sure, whether it be running to and from work or having a lovely weekend of walking and hiking in the countryside for it to be ruined by the wet weather.
One of the biggest casualties of this wet weather is that your footwear will probably get incredibly wet and the ability to dry your running shoes, trainers, and walking boots is made much harder in summer if you have traditionally dried your footwear by the radiatior*. (WHICH I might add that at Drysure HQ we do not recommend at all, as it is bad for your footwear but we will address this later in the year when the radiators are beginning to be turned back on.
SO HOW DO YOU DRY YOUR WET RUNNING SHOES AND WALKING BOOTS?
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