If you're someone who has suffered from various health issues such as Peripheral Neuropathy, you know how sensitive your feet can be. Nights can be especially painful if not excruciating. In my case, even sheets hurt to touch the top of my toes and my feet are sensitive to heat and cold alike. In the winters, the cold weather and the weight of the blankets add to the situation.
A few winters back, I asked my husband if he would help me find a way to keep the blankets off my feet. To be honest, we'd talked about it before but he couldn't figure out what to do and I didn't know how to advise him, either. That morning over breakfast, though, all of a sudden the answers began to come together! As usual, my husband's first drawing was on the back of an envelope he found nearby. We tend to come up with ideas over meals and he's usually drawing on either an envelope or a napkin so I found it fitting that this idea was born in the same way.
As time went on, we tweaked and modified it until it became the form you see below. This is the Queen Toe Tent. The King Toe Tent looks the same except it's a foot longer and the Full Toe Tent is about 6 inches shorter than the Queen. They each have a center support bar. The Single and Travel Toe Tents don't have (or need) a center support bar.
As you can see, there is plenty of room for our feet, now!
If you aren't certain of that, here's another view:
That's no Pup Toe Tent!
It's HUGE and we've got the happiest toes in town!