Kid's Pokémon Snorlax Kigurumi Costume
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|Up to 42"
|Up to 107cm
- 100% fleece polyester jumpsuit w/ attached hood
- Ribbed knit ankle and wrist cuffs
- Buttons down center front
- Officially licensed
- Side seam pockets
A Little Snorlax Problem
The Snorlax is quite an unusual critter. It poses a ton of obstacles for various folks throughout the Pokémon universe. In fact, your first interaction with a Snorlax is literally an obstacle. The big old lug is just taking a giant nap in the middle of the road. (Too much candy, obviously.) They say that music will tame the savage beast, but what about when the beastie is actually pretty calm already!?
Of course, there are a few other solutions out there. Luring it awake with some delicious honey? You could always rent a bulldozer, we suppose. Our favorite solution, though, is to wake that Snorlax up with the fresh face of a little version of them! Now, officially speaking, that means we're talking about Munchlax, the child evolution of the Snorlax. But, if you don't have a bunch of Full Insense sitting around, finding one might be really tough. Naturally, we've got a fix!
Make those goofy oafs wake up and take charge when you give your tyke this Snorlax Kigurumi costume! This is an officially licensed look from Pokémon designed to replicate the adorable looks of the sleepy Snorlax. It is a full fleece jumpsuit with buttons down the front, ribbed cuffs at the ankles and wrists, and attached mitts with little Snorlax fingers. The oversized hood features a slumbering Snorlax face and ears and the color scheme replicates its giant white belly.
Get the Candy Ready!
We have no idea if your little Snorlax is going to be a little sleepy or crazy energetic like a real Munchlax! (We're guessing a bit of both.) So, be ready for your little one to go nuts hunting down the candy and then be ready to dive into a deep snore once the adventure is over! (Fortunately, your tyke probably won't weigh a thousand pounds, so moving them around should be pretty easy!