California Costumes Toys Stealth Ninja, Small

Posted September 25th, 2013 by Halloweenish

Keep a close eye on your little ninja this Halloween because they’re known for being mysteriously difficult to find. Stealth Ninja Toddler Costume includes warrior jumpsuit with attached hood and ties, belt with foam stars, and face mask so your little tot may look a bit more ferocious than usual.

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2 Responses to “California Costumes Toys Stealth Ninja, Small”

  1. Laurabean

    Great fun for play So, we just got this in preparation for Halloween 2012 and it is pretty cool! Our 5yr old wanted to be a ninja and this one was pretty good looking for the price. With that being said, it obviously isn’t made for lots of typical little boy play. It is a fairly thin (but typical) costume fabric. I wrapped and tied the red leg straps and after he took one lap around the house in it, they had fallen down…I will most likely safety pin them here and there so that we aren’t having to stop every other house and re-tie them. My one problem I had with ordering this was finding enough about the size. Yes, the size chart is there, but I was hoping to find reviewers that had commented on the fit. I took a stab and ordered the Small…lets just say, that if it is cold for Halloween, I will need to put something very slim under it…perhaps long underwear or leggings…as there isn’t much room left. My son is slightly larger than his average 5yr classmate…however, he isn’t that big. He wears a size 6 and is 55lbs & 46″, and the Small will only survive us this Halloween. So if you want more room (to grow into/use longer/or put warmer clothing underneath) you may want to consider choosing the next size up. Overall, he was very pleased with it, and I found a sword at the dollar store to go with it…not too expensive for Halloween and will get extra play out of it I am sure!

  2. Traci Jaeger

    Ninja costumes My 6 year old son used his own money to purchase this costume. He is very happy with it. His older brother bought one too and they both love to dress up and play ninja. As for the durability of the material, it’s slightly more durable than the cheap Halloween costume I purchased for him last year. The velcro on one of the throwing stars came off after a few uses but it was easy enough to sew back on. The material get snags easily if it comes into contact with any of the velcro from the stars or the back of the suits that velcros closed. He is happy he bought it and enjoys it very much so I am happy with the purchase.

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