Bantha Pet Costume
- Jacket w/ attached Rider & Hood
- 100% polyester brushed knit flannel fabric & fiberfill stuffing
- Jacket shaped like a saddle w/ Hook and Loop fastener straps around dog's chest & abdomen
- Stuffed 13" tall Tusken Raider doll attached to back of saddle
- Brown cord "reins" go from doll's hands to back of hood
- Hood has hook & loop chin strap, stuffed horns on sides
- Front body strap fits 28" to 32"; back strap fits 30" to 34"
"The Sand People are easily startled, but they will soon be back, and in greater numbers"
Old Ben Kenobi is right, of course. You never want to get the attention of Tusken Raiders or you'll be in for a bad time, friend. Riding on their trusty steeds, the banthas, they travel single file to hide their numbers, and then strike without warning! Well, not entirely without warning, since these banthas love to bark at intruders. It's actually a terrible way to sneak up on anyone. But bantha's are incredibly loyal, and have often been called a Tusken Raider's best friend. And they make excellent security systems. Your bantha can chase away pesky mailmen, or dangerous squirrels, or even the occasional friendly visitor.
Besides, look how completely adorable your dog (err, bantha) will look trotting across the room to you, the Tusken Raider on back holding the reins as if guiding him across the vast desert sands of Tatooine. Just don't try taking on that Kenobi character. The people say that old hermit is some kind of wizard!
Huge hit at SLC Comic ConBy Poekmann | April 21, 2014This dog costume is adorable and well constructed - especially for the very affordable price. It is pretty small and as you can see from our picture not an ideal fit for our female Great Dane -- some modification was required. Yet, we got lots of favorable comments and countless requests from others as to where they could be the same costume for their dogs. Naturally we recommended halloweencostumes.com because their staff worked so hard to make amends for a confusing misprint on their website with regard to the actual size of the Tusken Raider adult human costumes. They overnight shipped a replacement costume across the country in less than 18 hours! Excellent customer service!
A big thanks to our new friends at halloweencostumes.com and may the force be with you!Was this review helpful to you?Vote Yes on the review titled Huge hit at SLC Comic Con Yes (3) Vote No on the review titled Huge hit at SLC Comic Con No (0)
- Body fits big/ Head fits smallBy Jared | October 30, 2020Size StandardReceived this in the mail after much anticipation. The body of the costume fits very large and almost falls off of my golden retriever mix that is very much similar size to the dog in the photo. However the head dressing is way too small and there are two holes I’m assuming as ear holes but are too small for any medium/large dog. I had to tie the Velcro straps to make it fit the body and gave up on the head dressing.Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend.Was this review helpful to you?Vote Yes on the review titled Body fits big/ Head fits small Yes (0) Vote No on the review titled Body fits big/ Head fits small No (0)
- Two StarsBy Anonymous | March 6, 2022Height 21 kg | Weight 21 kg | Size StandardI have medium sized Aussie shepherd that is same size as the modeling dog. I really can't understand how they were able to put the head part ...it's soooo small. I even tried to do some modifications and cut the ears holes but it still didn't fit...even the closing scotch was too short..
It really looks adorable but I was unable to use it..will try a simple costume next yearBottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend.Was this review helpful to you?
- Five StarsBy Anonymous | January 12, 2022Was this review helpful to you?
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- Very CuteBy lmangarelli | September 16, 2016I love and the dog hates it !! the only complaint is the driver does not sit up correctly. With a little modification, I believe I can rectify this problem.Was this review helpful to you?