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- 100% Polyester
- Hand Wash
- Includes warrior jumpsuit with attached hood and ties, belt with foam stars, and face mask
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Keep a close eye on your little ninja this Halloween because they're known for being mysteriously difficult to find. Stealth Ninja child costume includes warrior jumpsuit with attached hood and ties, belt with foam stars, and face mask so your little tot may look a bit more ferocious than usual.
From the shadows comes the stealth master.
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0082VEWL2
- Item model number: 00228-Parent
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2007
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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ALSO: beware of sizing. I have a super thin, tall 10.5 yr old and the XL (size "12-14" on package) was BARELY long enough. I say order up two sizes for your child!!
Overall, I'm impress at the quality of this budget costume. We appreciate the various little flourishes, like the straps on the arms and legs which add a bit of extra flair to the costume but are something that they could have easily gotten away with leaving off. Also appreciated that the costume is light enough to be worn in warm weather/ indoors but also has room to be worn on top of other layers in cold weather; so this was comfortable for my son both at a crowded indoor party and trick or treating at night. My son actually preferred wearing it on top of his jacket because he thought that the extra bulk looked like muscles, however this was too much for the velcro on the back which kept on popping open (nothing that a safety pin couldn't fix).
Of course it's still a budget costume when you come right down to it. There a few aspects that would have bothered me if I had spent more, but did not at this price point. Specifically, the felt ninja stars were floppy and looked kind of silly, as well as the issue that I already mentioned about the velcro not being strong enough to hold it shut when worn with layers. But my son still thought it was awesome, and that's all that really mattered.
It did not come with the plastic sword in the picture, but we easily obtained one for $0.99. However, they did through in a bonus plastic action figure ninja in a matching costume which my son thought was cool.
One final note for anyone buying any highly rated budget costume from Amazon, be prepared to see several kids wearing identical costumes at school. The up side is that half a dozen ninjas playing together makes a whole lot more sense (and makes for better photos) than half a dozen Captain Americas, but good luck telling which kids is yours.
As a parent, I would give the costume a two or a three. A two because, yes, the ties are extremely annoying, especially when you have to undo the arms and take off the hood just so he can use the bathroom! This is especially hard when my son is doing the portty dance because he can't remove it by himself or in a timely manner. I give it a three, simply because my son absolutely loves it (except when he has to use the bathroom). It has held together fairly well for a costume made of cheap material, though it is extremely annoying to have to tie and retire the leg and arm straps!