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11-06-2012, 04:05 PM
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JR97
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I'm an apt dweller with nowhere to plant a gear tree so I go the shock doctor bag route. I got mine from hockey monkey. DO NOT BUY THE BLOWER THERE. They only have the old model.

For a few bucks more you can find the higher output mode. Most likely at a motor cycle racing website. Serious. The lower power blower takes 1 1/2 - 2 cycles to get my gear dry and I live in a non-humid area. A full cycle is 3 hours. I also take out the helmet and skates and just let those air dry. If I leave those in, it takes 2 1/2 - 3 cycles to get everything dry. But I love the bag and even with the lower powered blower, my gear is pretty dry the next day. It's a godsend on weeks I have back to back games. No putting on wet gear! woohoo!

Oh yeah... and be sure to only run the thing somewhere vented or with a fan like a bathroom. It'll make the room smell like a locker room in a hurry.

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