Hot Booties: Like Microwave Hot Pockets for Your Feet

You might suspect that an infomercial with a product named Hot Booties would be selling a video like Girls Gone Wild, or maybe an item to enhance the derriere like Booty Pop. In fact Hot Booties has nothing to do with the “booty,” so horny dudes watching this infomercial to see some fine tail will be disappointed.

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Hot Booties are slippers that you heat in a microwave oven to keep your feet warm. The biggest question is whether after using Hot Booties for a while your feet will start smelling like Hot Pockets and microwave popcorn…or will your Hot Pockets and microwave popcorn start to smell like your stinky feet?

This would be a great product to go along with the Forever Lazy: you could be wearing both a onesie and “booties”—just like a real infant!

The hosts of the Hot Booties infomercial are Tim Goewey, last seen on the Plate Talk infomercial, and Taylor Baldwin, last seen on the Mighty Saw infomercial. If these two keep on making infomercials this absurd, they will definitely be two pitchmen to keep an eye on.

If you are thinking about buying this product, I recommend you get it quickly. It is only a matter of time before some grandma microwaves her Hot Booties for 60 minutes instead of 60 seconds, scalds her feet, sues the manufacturer for creating such a “dangerous” product, and forces these microwavable slippers off the market.


  • 10 Responses to “Hot Booties: Like Microwave Hot Pockets for Your Feet”

  • They’re being kind of pushy with the gender specific colors aren’t they? I don’t like pink much. I don’t want pink slippers at all, microwavable or not.

    Comment by Anne Packrat on November 17, 2011 at 1:48 pm

  • Stick your icy cold feet in these hot, fresh-from-the-microwave slippers, and you too can experience all the joy of chilblains from the comfort of your own chair!

    Comment by Robert B. on November 21, 2011 at 6:24 am

  • I ordered two pairs from their website two weeks ago and they haven’t shipped, nor is there any way to phone an actual person and complain.

    Comment by Trevor on December 8, 2011 at 11:33 am

  • Since this product came out I could never say I got “cold feet” as an excuse to drop out of a wedding last minute.

    You’re welcome to shoot me an email if you thought that was funny, Paul.

    Comment by Red on December 9, 2011 at 12:51 am

  • This commercial has my dad running around saying booty bag…. fml.

    Comment by YourMom on January 1, 2012 at 10:28 pm

  • Yeah. Hot Bootys are sucha great idea. Especially when you live with a bunch of stinky guys that suffer from ATHLETES FOOT and they have this product and turn your microwave into a TOE JAM BOX! Yeah folks. Take a good long look at that extra cheesy tv dinner you have in front of you.

    Comment by Queasy on January 9, 2012 at 1:25 am

  • I just put some rice into baggies & warmed for 1 min. Put on my cold feet with a blanket. They are toasty warm!

    Comment by Boo On These on January 12, 2012 at 10:43 pm

  • i ordered a pair on the 9th, i called them and they said it wont be shipped for a month and a half. i cancelled my order. here is the phone # for anyone who wants to cancel 866-972-8693

    Comment by fed up on January 24, 2012 at 7:02 pm

  • Do not waste your money. They smell horrible, they are too tight and too small (I ordered the size recommended for my shoe size), it takes longer than advertised to get warm, and they only stay warm about 10 minutes. They charge you $15+ in S&H for 2 pair of booties – one is suppose to be free! This is a horrible product -comparable to a scam…I am returning them tomorrow and doubt that I will be refunded.

    Comment by RAnn Jones on February 15, 2012 at 9:33 pm

  • So I ordered Hot booties a week before Christmas, I just recieved them today… 2 months later. So feeling excited, I read the instructions and put em in the microwave for the reccomended time. Putting them on, They were small and I ordered in line with the sites sizes. After about 10 minutes they were room temperature. After 20 minutes I started getting a painful red line on my heel due to the band being to small. Worst TV Product ever. Complete scam…

    Comment by Worst Order Ever on February 16, 2012 at 9:24 pm