It's like a Snuggie for your feet.
The package says it has "patented radiant barrier technology", that you can "take it anywhere", you can "Feetie with friends" (You know, sit around with your friends with Feetie on your feet. I plan on trying that this weekend), that "one size fits all" and that they are "warm and cozy", oh, and you may have "seen it on TV". Yes, I can attest to the fact that their advertising is true and correct. Well, except that I'll have to get my son-in-law to try it, because I'm not sure his feet will fit.
The Feetie even comes with instructions.
1. Sit or lie down in a comfortable position.
2. Place both feet fully within the Feetie comforter, and snap the opening closed between your legs. (Unless, of course, you're like me and like to cross your feet at the ankles or knees while they're resting on the ottoman).
3. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the comfort and warmth.
And, a warning!
1. Do not walk or stand while using your Feetie comforter. (I should have read that warning before I used my Feetie. Believe it or not, I did try to stand and walk with the Feetie on. I didn't crash and burn, merely shuffled along, but I can tell you that you do not want to forget that you have it on your feet and then try to get up and walk away.)
2. Never place the Feetie in a microwave oven. (I can assure you that I will not try to cook my Feetie, but someone out there just might.)
Now...if they'd just put a pocket for the remote control on it, it would be perfect.