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Hmm, just saw this over at Neatorama; I'll ask the same question here. Why don't people wear (waterproof) boots if it's that wet/snowy out. And don't gadgets like this ensure that the house always has an aroma of sweaty feet?
Well you might get caught out with out them. Even water proof boots can get wet shoveling snow from water getting in from the top. You might want to go jogging and not have waterproof jogging shoes. You can use this sort of thing to dry gloves too. As for smell, it would not spread it that far and if you keep your shoes dry, there won't be that much smell.