Toy Story Kids Rex Inflatable Costume
- Pair of Gloves
- Battery Pack
- 100% polyester
- Hooded bodysuit has front zipper, elastic at wrists & ankles
- Clear vinyl view port in character mouth
- Fan is located at back of right hip
- Requires 4 AA batteries, not included
- Phillips-head screwdriver (not included) required to open battery pack
- Gloves have elastic wrist bands
- One size fits most up to 53" tall
ARCHEOLOGICAL SECRETS REVEALED!
Most of the world widely accepts the fact that dinosaurs once roamed the planet until something awful happened and stole them away from us. Now, realistically, it's probably best that they didn't stick around. With the way we've built up cities and depend on functioning infrastructure, a periodic rampage of lizards in the 20-foot tall range might cause some problems. So, for the last 65 million years, we've been without their engaging company.
However, recent discoveries suggest that some of the dinosaurs managed to escape total extinction! Who knew that some of these miraculous reptiles could just let out a single massive roar that deflated them so completely that they shrunk down into teeny tiny toy sizes!? Yeah, we were just as astonished as you to learn that creatures like the Tyrannosaurus Rex could shrink themselves down to little 10-inch toys! The question is: what do we do now!?
If your first thought about what to do with tiny deflated dinosaurs is to blow them back up, well, you're our kind of people! That's why this officially licensed Inflatable Rex costume is perfect for that Tyrannosaurus-Kiddo that you have in your life. This jumpsuit looks just like our favorite Toy Story dinosaur, Rex, from his scaley belly and cute little claws to his giant toothy smile. Your kiddo can look right through the mesh screen over Rex's mouth and the flip of a switch on the built-in fan will inflate this costume right into the proper dimensions!
Once we managed to reinflate our frightening T-Rex, we did notice that it was just a touch... shorter than it used to be. In fact, a lot shorter. But, while this Rex look might not be as ferocious as the T-Rex of the past may have been, we think the kiddo version of Rex is quite a bit cuter!