You should not have to put up with wet gloves. Whether you are the owner of a ski lodge, a casual gardener, or working on a construction site all day, you have options. You do not have to purchase multiple sets of gloves. You don't have to wait hours, or even days, for gloves to dry. You also don't need to wear wet gloves. Instead, you should invest in a glove dryer.
A dryer is important because it keeps gloves and boots from maintaining moisture. Gloves that are allowed to air dry without the extra boost of a dryer may remain wet even when they need to be used again. Gloves stay colder, which makes them uncomfortable to wear, but this is the best case scenario. Even the slightest amount of dampness leads to bacterial growth. When a bacteria-laden glove is worn next to the skin, you may develop cellulitis. This can lead to itchy skin, blisters, fatigue, fever and body aches. All of this can be avoided with proper drying techniques.