Karate Kid Skeleton Costume Suit
- 97% polyester and 3% spandex
- Officially licensed
- Jumpsuit stretches to fit and has a zipper in back
- Printed bones on front of suit
- Attached white hood has an open face
Don't Be a Bonehead
Look, we understand that the whole world seems to be against you. One flick in '84 suggests that you're the 'bad guy' and everything else that you've done goes out the window. More importantly, all the crap that so-called "Karate Kid" does is glorified like he's doing something that you haven't trained for years to learn. He gets a quirky guy with a name like Miyagi that likes to teach with inventive and creative ways while snacking on delicious food. You've got a military veteran that only has two modes: yelling and threatening.
Still, we have to recommend that you leave Danny LaRusso. Sure, he's totally hitting on your girlfriend when you're not looking. And yeah, it was him who sprayed you with the hose in the bathroom. But, as much as the leader of the Cobra Kai dojo might argue otherwise, violence is not the answer. It won't end well if you chase him through the neighborhood, since Mr. Miyagi will probably show up to school you. Be the bigger man. Go back to the dance party. Have a great time. Then, Daniel-san is the one who ends up looking like a jerk!
Design & Details
Show the world that you are edgy but also still a good guy when you wear this Skeleton costume, an officially licensed look from the Karate Kid. This is a stretchy jumpsuit that was made up in our own in-house studios. It zips up the back for easy wear and features printed bones all over the front of the suit. The attached hood pulls up and has an open face, so you can paint your own skeletal facade or look "Daniel-san" eye to eye.
You're here to have a good time and we all know how things end when you listen to John Kreese. Stick to having a good time in your very meta Karate Kid Halloween costume!
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I thought there was supposed to be an end to the zipper to prevent it from coming off -- WHERE IS THE TOP STOP?? Because I was stuck in the costume, I thought about cutting it open with scissors but my friend managed to get the slider into one of the chains and we are not able to attach it to the other chain...
Absolutely disappointing. I am not going to be able to wear this anymore... $60 down the drain.
Monster Responds...I'm really sorry about that happening, if you reach out to Customer Service with your order number we'll make sure to get it taken care of right away.
Second, they also decided to go way cheap on the fabric. I'm a large, sometimes a medium in shirts and a bit on the shorter side for pants. I figured large should do me just fine. WRONG. Even with the most painstakingly slow moves, I ultimately ended up ripping the fabric to just get the thing on. They just didnt design it to stretch properly to accommodate putting it on. Even if they had, or I was able to teleport into the suit, there wasnt enough fabric to not make the costume get jacked my up my unmentionables.
MAYBE if I had gotten the extra large (which is not my size in the first place) it would have worked out but I'm not sure. If you're 5'7" 160 pounds - the large should be OK. If not, roll the dice with the the XL. I'm 5'11 185 and I felt like venom popping out of this suit.