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Red Monk Robe Costume for Men

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Item # UN28001
Items Included
  • Robe
  • Hood w/ Cowl Collar
  • Belt
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Product Information

Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Standard Chest 49" 124cm
Standard Sleeve Length 27" 69cm
Standard Robe Length 62" 157cm
Standard Belt Length 62" 157cm
  • 100% polyester poplin fabric
  • Pullover robe has round neckline
  • Hood/collar slips over the head, has hook & loop fastener at back of neck
  • Cowl collar attached to hood covers shoulders
  • Tie rope belt as desired
  • Cross necklace shown in photo is sold separately

Defend and Serve

Monks have a long and rich history throughout the ages. Some of these holy men fought in crusades and protected their lands against bloodthirsty invaders. Others chose to give sanctuary to those in desperate need of help and healing. Still more risked their lives to tend to people who had fallen ill with the Black Death. And some walked around chanting and bonking themselves on the heads. Oh wait, we're thinking of a comedy sketch. 

Product Details

Be a valiant member of your order in this Red Monk Robe Costume for Men! The outfit includes a pullover red robe made out of comfy polyster poplin - no hair shirts for you! Its long sleeves keep you warm while you're defending an abbey, and its hem reaches your ankles (if you're wearing sandals, your feet get chilly). The matching cowl collar pulls over your head and has an attached hood. For the finishing touch, tie the white rope belt around your waist before heading out to bury plague victims. 

The Original Special Ops 

Are you a pretty talented person with a wide range of skills? Are you prepared to handle any job that comes your way, from defending a castle to being a bodyguard on a knightly quest for the Holy Grail? Can you wield a tongue depressor as well as a sword (and manage not to ever confuse the two)? Consider being a warrior monk - at least for Halloween! There might not be any of the real variety left anymore. 

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