This Gary Costume allows you to share in completely platonic superhero friendship by gearing up in a light blue jumpsuit made of spandex and nylon. The yellow briefs, gloves and socks match the mighty “G” printed on the front of the suit, which add to the ultra heroic style of the licensed SNL outfit. All of the items combine to create a look that's indistinguishable form the Robert Smigel cartoon character. Once you have it on, there will be no limit to the amazing superhero feats that you can accomplish and you'll even be ready to hop on top of Ace's back for a ride to foil the next super villain scheme that Bighead and Dr. Brainio cook up in their evil labs.
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- Blue shirt and pants are made from a nylon and spandex blend fabric
- Yellow briefs with elastic waist
- Elastic belt, matching yellow gloves and socks are included
- Eye mask is secured with a thin elastic band
- Ace will affectionately call you a friend-of-friends
- Eye Mask
|X-Small||Shirt Chest||30" - 40"||76cm - 102cm|
|X-Small||Pant Waist||24" - 38"||61cm - 97cm|
|Small/Medium||Shirt Chest||35" - 45"||89cm - 114cm|
|Small/Medium||Pant Waist||26" - 40"||66cm - 102cm|
|Medium/Large||Shirt Chest||38" - 48"||97cm - 122cm|
|Medium/Large||Pant Waist||32" - 46"||81cm - 117cm|
|X-Large||Shirt Chest||42" - 52"||107cm - 132cm|
|X-Large||Pant Waist||36" - 50"||91cm - 127cm|
JASON M. / November 9, 2013By
Anonymous / November 13, 2013By
- Shirt fit well, but sleeves much too short - gap between sleeves and gloves
- Pants fit well
- Yellow underwear were at least 2 sizes too big, looked like a baggy diaper
- Red belt was at least 1 size too small. Frequently rolled up
- Socks fit well
- Gloves were too short, drooped, and seams opened up
- Mask strap was sized for a 3-year old. Had to modify.
Almost like I got mixed sizes in the same set.
MARINA W. / November 11, 2013By
The things that went wrong:
-The gloves had split seams after the first time I wore them, but it didn't impact the overall wear of the glove as the seam split up on my forearm.
-The socks, for reasons I don't understand, have a seam running up the bottom of the foot to the back of the leg, which means you can't wear the socks as the toe-seam encourages you to because it is uncomfortable to step on.
-The mask is uncomfortable tight and the eye holes are small. The result is that it sort of squishes your eyes a little bit. I cut open the eye holes slightly, but that didn't fix the problem enough so I ended up not wearing the mask most of the time.
-The belt is basically like a large scrunchie - it is a band of elastic covered by fabric, so you step into it and pull it up. The fabric moves around, so every time you take the belt off or put it on, it needs to be re-adjusted.
Overall, these things are really minor and only very minimally impacted the costume.
-Overall, this is a pretty comfortable costume to wear. It's made of a lightweight spandex and kind of had the feel of kids pajamas when you are wearing it.
-It looks really good and impressed many