Though frostbite is an affliction that has been commonly known for hundreds of years, its direct effect and dynamics have rarely been studied. With modern technology and an understanding of the human body, tissue freezing can now be modeled to fully understand its progression and once and for all resolve its procession. Here we used a high definition, multilayered, anatomically accurate 3D model of a foot subjected to a subfreezing environment to develop a novel understanding of the crucial parameters in frostbite prevention. The results, as shown in the form of cross-sectional temperature profile images, tell us that the toes freeze within the two-hour runtime where the middle of the foot does not. With little research before this, we believe that this model will be of great use to the scientific community and will likely lead to real solutions to come.