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Infant Astronaut Tot Costume

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Item # IN16066
Items Included
  • Jumpsuit
  • Headpiece
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Size: ST

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Size Chart
Runs Small
Slightly Small
True To Size
Slightly Large
Runs Large
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Infant Chest 24" 61cm
Infant Torso 17" 43cm
Infant Jumpsuit Length 20" 51cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
6/12 Months Chest 25" 64cm
6/12 Months Torso 18" 46cm
6/12 Months Jumpsuit Length 24" 61cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
12/18 Months Chest 26" 66cm
12/18 Months Torso 20" 51cm
12/18 Months Jumpsuit Length 27" 69cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
18/24 Months Chest 28" 71cm
18/24 Months Torso 20" 51cm
18/24 Months Jumpsuit Length 28" 71cm
  • Infant Astronaut Tot Costume
  • 100% polyester fabrics
  • Jumpsuit has printed design on front w/ hook & loop closures in back
  • Jumpsuit also has snaps on legs for easy diaper changes
  • Helmet is fabric covered foam w/ hook and loop closure under chin

Since the beginning, which incidentally wasn't that long ago, you've had major dreams for your infant traveling the world. The thing is, you didn't think that travel bug would take hold quite so early or so come in in such an extreme way.Then NASA called, you aren't sure how they got your number but they did and you can't deny your little adventurer a trip to space.

As soon as they started to moon walk you knew life might pan out a bit differently for this kid. Then maps of the stars drawn in crayon starting showing up on your walls. When space beckons to your baby it's an impossible call to ignore. Who knows how the baby monitor didn't pick up those midnight interviews with the space program recruiter, as far as you knew your kid wasn't even talking yet!

Now your youngster is spending time a lot of time in that anti-gravity chamber, which you hear is a lot like the womb so it's pretty familiar setting to your baby. It won't be long until the rocket is ready to launch and you're getting a little nervous. At least your infant looks completely adorable in that little spacesuit!

With a soft fabric and printed on tech, NASA was able to make those heavy spacesuits child friendly. Even the helmet is comfy with soft foam so your child can easily nap after take-off. You should see if you can tag along for the journey, lucky for you adult sizes in spacesuits can be found on our site so you can supervise baby's first orbit. Just don't forget your kid's favorite blanket or Houston is really going to have a problem.

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