A full roll or 1/2 of paper towels don't weigh very much (7 or 3.5 ounces) and will dry out damp boots better and faster than anything (other than a stove or fire) or drastically shorten the time needed to dry a soaked boot. Plus, the used paper towel can be either burned or dried out in the sun and reused. I used to carry Dry Zone Boot Dryers (23 ounces!) and they worked very well on damp boots but I eventually found paper towels were faster and much more effective on soaked boots. Once I have used a couple towels to soak up the surface moisture in each boot by hand drying the inside, I take a couple more towels and stuff them in each boot to be left over night. By morning my boots are 95% dry, at least to the point that my socks don't get wet.So last season was a wet one for me. Boots and socks were wet almost every other day. lucky I had some sun in between the heavy rain/snow. But I was wondering how do you guys dry your boots when every thing is soaked?