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    Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 5:52am
Just for fun, so let's hear your most accurate description of your boot stank, and how they got that way.

I thought of this since I'm sitting in a room with a pair of my still semi-wet boots after spring riding yesterday. The parking lot was a swamp, the snow slushy, and I also rode sockless, so you know what that means. And now they're going in the car, which will make for a long and pungent ride today.


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  Quote krisshono Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 7:35am
My boots smell like the african house at the zoo with the elephants.. Ick!! I bought some boot dryers and they help alot to get rid of the stank
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Mmm, Black Ice. Wait, wtf does black ice smell like!?


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^haha I put that in my car, smells alright actually! Just a bit too strong at first.
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  Quote mbesp Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 8:19am
The anti smell in my boots seems to be working.  my socks on the other hand.. not so appealing.
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  Quote Angry Midget Yo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 8:49am
My boots just smell like boots, so that should be a good thing!  LOL  Do you guys not air out your boots after spring riding?
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try odor eaters when there not in use and when u store them in the off season put them back in and stuff with news paper to keep the moisture out
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Air it out bro lol.

But if it does smell, it smells like corn chips with a little parmesan cheese haha
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  Quote Dice Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 9:44am
YUP! Spring riding does that to your boots. LOL

Had that same issue last year after a super warm, wet day of riding. Had to wash the inside twice, insert scented dryer sheets in the boots and then put baking powder inside all summer long (circulating) and managed to get 90% of the odor out!

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  Quote ctoma Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 9:49am
Mmmmm corn chips with parm.

Seriously, air those things out.  I air 'em out after every day of riding.
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put in under the sun outside and let air dry. make sure to remove the liners and insoles.
for optimal performance, you can use air fresheners that kills odor and bateria.
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  Quote RedLego Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 12:25pm
febreze. Every time i'm done riding, i'll give my boots a few spray.
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  Quote RideTimeless Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 1:16pm
this is a funny subject...why did you wear your boots sockless?
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  Quote B1-5G Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 2:16pm
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febreze. Every time i'm done riding, i'll give my boots a few spray.

+1 to that habit. That combined with a boot dryer will prevent you from writing a negative experience in this thread. I love my spring waterfall scented boots. 
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  Quote fj5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 2:39pm
Had a pair of Sims boots in the past that smelled like dried out rusty garbage juice water. Gross, huh?

It happened after spending a full day in Tremblant on April 6, 2010 and it eventually reached 25 degrees Celsius at peak. It actually ended up being their last day of the season. Boxer briefs, bikini tops, tshirts... the peak was pretty much covered in brown muddy water. Soaked right through the boots and socks. That was a *itch to "fix".

I'm happy to report I no longer wear those boots. :)

In one of my new pairs of boots, I took out my liner once and put it in the wash and dryer, came out soft and smelling nice. Afterward, I sprayed the outer layer with water repellent. I found out afterward that I'm not supposed to put them in the wash and dryer... eek, too late. They've been fine since thoguh.

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  Quote Wilz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 2:39pm
i think my k2 boots have some anti-smell thing.. it seems to be working ok.. for now..

but yeah my socks are a totally different story.. and wet.. ew.. lolz
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Air them out + Odor Eaters...:)
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  Quote Marumm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 6:54pm
Pick yourself up a Peet boot dryer for $33 and you won't have that problem.  Hood tends to get pretty soggy in springtime (as does everywhere) so if you want to do back-to-back days, one of these comes in pretty handy.  I kind of wish I would have gotten the four port version so I could throw my mitts on it it, but it takes up a lot more space.
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the last season it wasn't my boots that stunk to hell, but my wrist guards. They were so bad that if you had them off in a car youd have everyone gagging. Unreal. Happened when i was miles away from access to a washing machine, so decided to just keep them in the various dry rooms in the (wildly optimistic it turned out) hope that theyd stop stinking. Shit, just typing this brings back the smell. Its like its two months ago and im gagging on my own glove baked hand stench once again. I still havent washed them. In truth i should probably just burn them.
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  Quote Marumm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2011 at 8:42am
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the last season it wasn't my boots that stunk to hell, but my wrist guards. They were so bad that if you had them off in a car youd have everyone gagging. Unreal. Happened when i was miles away from access to a washing machine, so decided to just keep them in the various dry rooms in the (wildly optimistic it turned out) hope that theyd stop stinking. Shit, just typing this brings back the smell. Its like its two months ago and im gagging on my own glove baked hand stench once again. I still havent washed them. In truth i should probably just burn them.


Lordy you're right.  I tweaked my wrist a month ago and have been wearing a wrist guard every time since.  This week I noticed that they hadn't dried out fully after riding, and I made the mistake of giving them a little whiff.  It smelled like rotting pumpkin.

I gave them a little handwash in vinegar and borax, and let them sit on the aforementioned boot dryer overnight and they were fine.  This week, I'm leaving them out somewhere where they can dry a little better.
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Now you're making me wonder if my wrist guards are starting to funk too!  But I dare not venture to take a sniff.  Shocked
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  Quote ctoma Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2011 at 9:02am
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Now you're making me wonder if my wrist guards are starting to funk too!  But I dare not venture to take a sniff.  Shocked

I've ridden past you a few times, your wrist guards are stanky.  Wash those dammmed things.
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Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

Now you're making me wonder if my wrist guards are starting to funk too!  But I dare not venture to take a sniff.  Shocked

I've ridden past you a few times, your wrist guards are stanky.  Wash those dammmed things.


OH EM GEE!  I'm so embarrassed!  Embarrassed
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  Quote Stass Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2011 at 9:13am
I haven't tried this yet but apparently an odour controlling cat litter is meant to be good to dry out boots and remove the bad odours Wink 
i wouldn't recommend clay or wood based cat litter as that will just make a mess, but something like catsan (if you get that over there?) 
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i put newspaper in mine and it kills the smell.
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  Quote RedLego Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/18/2011 at 12:31pm

Originally posted by C02

i put newspaper in mine and it kills the smell.

That is a pretty good idea. Considering newspaper are free and everything. I think i'll try that one day.

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febreeze the crap out of those things!
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My boots smell like my jiu-jitsu gym mixed with vinegar... have you ever smelled a jiu-jitsu or mma Gym?
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Mix a dilute vinegar and water solution in a pan, pull out the liners and soak them in it for a little while, then take them out and let dry. The skunk funk will be gone. Do not wash in soap and water, you will never get the soap out of the liners.
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mine don't smell... ?
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Mine don't smell either.
 
Wear clean socks each day and air them out at night. Never had an issue with this even after riding for 10+ hour days.
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i'm guessing you leave them in the trunk of your car
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i put newspaper in mine and it kills the smell.


but the newpaper itself is pretty damn dirty. l say use baking powder to take the smell out
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i dont have a story about boots, but gloves are another story. i think the "best" way to get them to stink is to put them back in bag after a full day of riding and not taking them out until the next time you go
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i dont have a story about boots, but gloves are another story. i think the "best" way to get them to stink is to put them back in bag after a full day of riding and not taking them out until the next time you go


been there! stunk that! never again.. made riding quite a bitch that day.. since my hands smelled bad too
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my friend never dries his boots after riding..
so it stinks to the high heavens... incredible smell.. to the point I would have thrown it away

he filled it with some baking soda.. dont know if it fixed it yet.. he didnt ride last year
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the main bacteria that causes foot odor in shoes can be killed a ton of different ways...one easy way is freezing the shoes because the bacteria cant survive the cold... so leave them in your car over night, its actually helped mine. of course make sure or try to make them dry
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the main bacteria that causes foot odor in shoes can be killed a ton of different ways...one easy way is freezing the shoes because the bacteria cant survive the cold... so leave them in your car over night, its actually helped mine. of course make sure or try to make them dry


But if that doesn't work then you're going to have a funky smelling car to drive home with.  LOL
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my gf gags when she comes remotely close to my boots...she always puts dryer sheets in them to make them smell better hahaha
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Originally posted by asd2009

the main bacteria that causes foot odor in shoes can be killed a ton of different ways...one easy way is freezing the shoes because the bacteria cant survive the cold... so leave them in your car over night, its actually helped mine. of course make sure or try to make them dry


But if that doesn't work then you're going to have a funky smelling car to drive home with.  LOL

Leave it out in your garage than. The freezing method can be used on other items as well, becoming the popular method for raw denim.

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I tried the freezing method on some jeans of mine, and it just made them smell like frozen food.  I had to wash them after that.
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Yeah, the boots finally dried out, I think they were damp for two days. Oh well. It's this unmistakable odor that yells "those are my boots", maybe a bit like "napalm in the morning"?

As for riding sockless, I can't stand wet socks, so I pretty much do the barefoot thing once the temps start going up. The parking lot was ankle deep in water in places.


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Yeah, the boots finally dried out, I think they were damp for two days. Oh well. It's this unmistakable odor that yells "those are my boots", maybe a bit like "napalm in the morning"?
As for riding sockless, I can't stand wet socks, so I pretty much do the barefoot thing once the temps start going up. The parking lot was ankle deep in water in places.


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As for riding sockless, I can't stand wet socks, so I pretty much do the barefoot thing once the temps start going up. The parking lot was ankle deep in water in places.

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I usually toss my liners in to the washer once a month and put them in the dryer on low heat stuffed with Bounce fabric softener sheets; that dries them up and leaves them smelling okay (or maybe the bad odor is masked).
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Do you have to reform your boots each time you pull them out of the dryer?
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