Peet Original Single Boot Dryer
Shipping & Returns
ShippingCurrently, Hunting & Fishing New Zealand will only ship to addresses within New Zealand, including outer islands. We do not ship internationally, however our Taranaki store sometimes ships overseas. They can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on:06 757 2255. For the majority of orders, we have a $7.50 flat rate shipping fee, $10.00 for rural addresses. For bulky items, additional fees may apply.https://www.huntingandfishing.co.nz/ As some courier companies do not ship to PO Boxes we recommend you provide either a residential or commercial shipping address when placing online orders. Should we be unable to ship to a PO Box we will contact you for an alternative address.
DispatchIn most circumstances, your order will be dispatched from the store closest to the delivery address you supply us. This means we can keep freight to a minimum and send items up to about 25kgs. Most courier companies charge based on weight or size, generally what is bigger. If we have to send your order from another store, we’ll pay any additional freight cost. If you’re ordering more than 1 item and the combined weight (or size equivalent) is more than 25kgs we reserve the right to charge additional freight. From time to time we might offer freight specials or even free freight. These offers will also be based on 25kgs.
Damaged or Non-Delivered ArticlesIf your article is damaged upon arrival please notify us at email@example.com or by phone on 0800 486 834. If your order has not arrived within 5 days of the dispatch date please notify us immediately on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0800 486 834. There is only a small window of opportunity for us to be able to claim for missing parcels with courier companies. Failure to notify us in the above time frames may result in no refund.
The Original PEET Boot Dryer is a safe, silent and energy-efficient way to dry shoes, boots and athletic and hunting footwear, as well as your outdoor gear.
The system is simple and economic, drawing about the same power as a 50W light bulb. Simply plug it in, place your upside-down boots on the drying towers and leave until dry. The silent thermal convection process takes care of the rest and dries your boots in a way that’s hassle free and won’t cause any damage.
Works silently- by gently warming air that rises and dries footwear
Leave shoes on the dryer overnight for best results- most should be dry by morning- dependent on fabric and saturation level
Safe to use on leather, rubber, vinyl, neoprene, canvas, synthetics, fleece, microfiber and more
No one likes putting on wet boots, but we’ve all been there. It’s a sure-fire way to make a cold morning even colder and can actually pose a serious risk to not only the health of your boots, but the health of your feet as well! So you figure you’ll place your boots next to the fire and dry them overnight. But wet boots too close to a fire or other direct heat source will cause the boots to ‘sweat’ internally, which can damage the glue and stitching. Also, direct heat applied to wet leather can make it dry too fast, which can result in cracking or splitting.
This creates a bit of a dilemma here in NZ as we are likely to hunt, tramp and hike in locations where there’s long wet grass, stream crossings, muddy tracks, or at the other end of the scale, on hot dry days the issue is just plain sweaty feet! Several years back, after searching high and low for a safe, cost effective and fast way to dry our boots, the product selection team at Hunting & Fishing ‘discovered’ the Peet Original Boot Dryer while attending a camping and outdoors trade show in the USA. It turns out this device is possibly America’s most popular, with the company still family owned and based in Idaho. Importing Peet to NZ involved firstly converting the electrics to our 240V system, then getting all the safety certification for NZ, but ten years on it has proved worth it.
Say goodbye to scrunching up newspaper and positioning your boots a strategic distance from the fire. Whether you’ve got wet hiking boots, gumboots, work boots, footy boots or ‘boots for drinking rum,’ make sure you’re never putting on wet boots again and pick yourself up a Peet Boot