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Adult Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Costume Accessory Kit

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Item # DI87949
Items Included
  • Mask
  • Bow Tie
  • Pair of Gloves
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  • Molded plastic mask covers entire face
  • Mask has elastic band around back of head
  • Molded vinyl bow tie has elastic neck band
  • Wrist-length polyester gloves
  • Officially licensed

This is Halloween

... and it's time to make them scream. The only real question is: How? Do you intend to work with the witches and werewolves? Bargain with the Oogie Boogie man? Or perhaps you're feeling like you need to get up to mischief with ghosts and ghouls? We're pretty sure you can do better than that. Face it. If you have any intention of really making an impression this Halloween, then your best bet is to attempt to embody the Pumpkin King himself: Jack Skellington. 

Of course, to do that is a little difficult. You see, Jack has no skin, ears, or nose. And we're not sure about you, but we like our skin right where it is. The next best option then is, of course, our Jack Skellington Kit for Adults. This kit comes with a white round mask (with an elastic band around the back), featuring Jack's notorious grin. The kit also comes with a molded black vinyl bow tie with elastic neckband and a pair of white polyester gloves. All you need to do is to get yourself a dapper pin-striped suit and perhaps a small ghost dog and you'll be ready to lead us all in the spookiest holiday yet! After all, this is Halloween (this is Halloween)...

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