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Toddler Knight Of The Dragon Costume

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Item # DI2190
Items Included
  • Jumpsuit
  • Chest Piece
  • Pair of Shoulder Guards
  • Helmet
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Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
2T chest 24" 61cm
2T TORSO 17" 43cm
2T length 29" 74cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
3T/4T chest 23" 58cm
3T/4T TORSO 20" 51cm
3T/4T length 34" 86cm
Features
  • 100% polyester base fabric; 100% polyurethane metallic coating; 93% polyester, 7% spandex knit mesh
  • Black jumpsuit has knit mesh sleeves, front panels with metallic silver coating
  • Jumpsuit has hook and loop fastener at center back
  • Molded plastic chest piece and shoulder guards attach to suit with hook and loop fastener
  • Molded helmet has hinged visor
  • Toy weapon sold separately

Scientists have theorized that it takes more than 10,000 hours of practice to become great at something. 10,000 hours! That means you have to start training your kid now if he ever wants to be the best knight he can be. If he wants to survive killing the dragon, and saving the princess.

You’ll have to find the best swordsmen to teach him the craft. He will need to learn Bonetti’s Defense, the Capo Ferro attack, and the Thibault, and Aggripa swordsmanship styles. He will need to learn to ride a horse, and to joust. (You never know when jousting will come in handy.) And he will need to practice while wearing armor. This way he doesn’t get slowed down in a fight because he isn’t used to it.

Well, we can’t really help with the swordsmanship, although we hear that Inigo Montoya is pretty handy with a sword. But we can help with some training armor. This Toddler Knight Of The Dragon Costume will help your son learn what it is like to fight with armor. He should wear it for 10,000 hours to get used to having it on. He should also train for that many hours too, just so he has an upper hand when he comes face to face with the terrible dragon who is keeping the princess locked up in the tower. We wish him luck on his quest!

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