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Toddler Train Engineer Costume

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  • Overalls
  • Scarf
  • Hat
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Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Small Chest 21" 53cm
X-Small Torso 16" 41cm
X-Small Length 26" 66cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small (24 Mos-2T) Chest 22" 56cm
Small (24 Mos-2T) Torso 17" 43cm
Small (24 Mos-2T) Length 28" 71cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large (3T-4T) Chest 24" 61cm
Large (3T-4T) Torso 18" 46cm
Large (3T-4T) Length 30" 76cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large (4-6) Chest 26" 66cm
X-Large (4-6) Torso 20" 51cm
X-Large (4-6) Length 34" 86cm
  • Decorative silver-tone buttons conceal Hook and Loop fastener closure
  • ''PEC Railroad'' patch on the bib pocket
  • Red broadcloth square handkerchief

All Aboard!

Phew, sorry for shouting, we haven't quite gotten the hang of working on a train yet. Everything is so noisy and all of the controls are tough to figure out. Hey, your little guy wants to be an engineer, right? Dress him up in this Toddler Train Engineer Costume, and he'll love pretending he's driving his very own locomotive!

Trains are so much fun to watch, but it takes a lot of practice to get really good at driving them. First, your little engineer has gotta go to train school (which we bet is also called “train-ing school”) and learn about every part of these gigantic machines; from the tiniest bolts and switches to the massive steel boilers and wheels. Once they can take a train apart and put it back together blindfolded (okay, we may have made that part up...) your little one can start driving a locomotive and learning all of the rules, just like learning how to drive an enormous, super-loud car. And after they graduate, they get to be official train engineers!

Yikes, when you think about it like that, it sounds like it would take a long time to become a train driver. Luckily, it's much much easier to become the engineer for an imaginary train. For that, your little guy just needs to put on this cool looking set of striped overalls and the matching cap, and they'll be ready for action! We hope they've been practicing their “All Aboard” call, since they'll be the cutest engineer on the rails, and all his friends will want a ride!

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