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- Buy one while they’re LEFT! SHARK! SUIT!
- Be the CENTER of attention, with this FINtastic shark costume.
- Don't be LEFT out! SHARK suits are so hot RIGHT now.
- SUPER Quality - best from KATY, Tx to PERRYville, Ky.
- BOWL over your friends. Start the party in HALF the TIME.
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Jokes and puns aside, this is a real shark suit that is actually for sale. Fluffy and plush, you will make JAWS drop when your head shines through that mouth! Have fun and just keep dancing! This costume fits a wide variety of party animals. It's best for those between 5'2" - 6'2" and 120lbs - 225lbs, but can be just as fun for many outside that range!
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00U0GOHJO
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 25, 2015
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It's nice and warm in the suit. It's hard to eat soup while wearing it.
Everyone loves it. Everyone.
The recognition split is 70% Left Shark, 20% "Land Shark" from some SNL skit, 10% "Shark! So Cute!".
Surprisingly very well stitched and made. I think I will get quite a few miles out of this.
Drawbacks (that are more like fun challenges):
Fins. They make everything way more challenging, but are somewhat grippier than I expected. I can hold a beer can, but I have to be careful. Without taking your costume you can actually take a hand out of the flipper and put it through the mouth, for emergencies. (Taking shots...) Will probably fix this by making a star shaped incision * so I can protrude my hands through. Otherwise, I just dealt with it.
You can't zip it up yourself because fins.
You can't unzip yourself because fins.
It is hot, but the bigger issue is ventilation. Probably will fix this by strategically making clean incisions under the arms and maybe some other places.
There is no zipper for going to the bathroom, sooo.... That's kind of it, deal with it. I will probably try to fix this issue as well, by once again, making an incision and maybe stitching a zipper or something. I haven't figured this out yet...
The head sags a bit, below the jaws which creates two issues: (1) visibility restricted to girls cleavages (2) sags a little bit and probably looks funky. I think I will fix this by inserting a piece of cardboard shaped so it hold up the chest area. I think it will fix all the problems.
Nevertheless, it is very pricey, but honestly I think it is worth it. Last year I bought a $35 Ninja costume at Party City, and though it looked somewhat OK, it was still cheap as hell and I threw it out almost immediately. This. This I will never throw out. My kids will inherit this.
In conclusion, it has flaws, but I regret nothing. Looking for creative ways to wear this besides on Halloween.
I am 5'0 and the suit felt so huge but that wasn't much of a problem to me i had fun non the less. My brother on the other hand is 5'7 and his fit perfectly fine. The zipper is on the back so you can't zip yourself. The little trick we had was that my brother zipped me up first and since i could stick out my arms though the mouth hole I zipped him up which worked well.
The material on this is very good but a word of warning is hot very very very hot. We had to keep moving just so we won't be as hot and that was a feat unto itself walking around a very crowded convention hall and getting stopped every 30 seconds for a picture.
Some cons we encounter was that after 12 hours of wearing the suit( 6 hours for 2 days) dancing and moving around some of the stitches came undone. On my brother's one of the fins the stitches came off and on me on the eyes and near the zipper ends the stitches are coming undone. Another was that the head kinda doesn't stay upright but we tried having party hats on but they fell off I had to result to sticking my arm up to hold it in place. But that didn't dampen the fun we had those two days wearing the suits.
Do you need a shark suit? the answer is always yes its the life of the party and i don't regret buying them for one second.