"When I ordered these, I thought the reviews must be exaggerating. Surely these could not be that big, looking at the measurements in the description. I've never seen a good sized squirter. But they fill a kids hand and really squirt! So much fun, and for such a little price (purchased on sale for indoor pool party), they are well worth it."
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Jr. Camouflage Toddler / Child Costume
Includes jumpsuit, cap, and belt. Does not include shoes.
Reviewed by: Mom2abunchofboys
Title: Army Fun
Date:October 24, 2011
"My four year old wanted to be a soldier for Halloween 2011, probably because his uncle is Army and stationed near our home; my son was quite taken with his uncle's uniforms. So we found this costume. It looks very nice for a child's costume and the fabric is halfway decent and isn't as thin as I expected. I think the Velcro front closure is cheap, and the hat does not fit my child well. He is very tall for his age, so it fits him lengthwise, but if he was average, this would be too big for him. We are adding some patches, courtesy of uncle, to make it even more realistic-looking. That said, a two-piece costume would be more realistic.
I do think the price is too high, and honestly, I'm glad I had a coupon code. $40 is a lot of money for a costume, even though my boys are looking forward to playing soldier after the holiday, and I hope to be able to pass this costume on to the younger siblings in future years if we can keep the Velcro working."
Above all. Your future pilot will aim high in this realistic replica flight suit. Costume includes a one-piece jumpsuit with lots of zipper pockets and custom Air Force patches. A coordinating helmet with retractable shield is also included in this exciting ensemble. 2-piece set. Nylon. Machine wash. Does not include turtleneck shirt or boots. Please note: Helmet may differ slightly from one shown (visor is transparent instead of being reflective).
"My 7 year old wanted this costume for Halloween 2011. He talked of nothing else for weeks. I searched around, and I'm glad I did, or we might have ordered it from another catalog, where we had orginally seen it for more money, and had I not seen the reviews, I would have ordered the wrong size! I ordered a large, which, while a bit too big for him, fits better than a medium, the size based on age, which would have been too small. Granted, he is quite tall for his age, though. It might not be as durable as I would prefer for the price (I'm still sort of in shock I paid that much for a costume) but the boys will play with it for some months. The helmet is the part they love most. The jumpsuit is quite detailed for a kids' costume with patches and zippers. My son said it was a bit warm, which may be a detriment to the indoor parties he will wear it to, although I told him to wear shorts underneath, but it might keep him warm outside."