- Expect happy kids
- Cute for the little ones
- The muscles make kids feel strong
Some people report costumes that aren’t exactly the highest quality. Your best bet is to buy early and check it out before the kids see it. That will give you a chance to make adjustments without all those tears of wanting it now.
You will have a difficult time prying this costume off your child. Just know that up front because you will probably need to hide this costume until it’s time for trick or treating. And then you can watch it slowly dissolve into nothing. But, in all truth, this is really decent value for money and little boys flip for the muscles.
Rating out of five:
- Originality: 3
- Scare Factor: 2
- Cuteness Factor: 4
- Identifiable: 5
What’s it made of? The jumpsuit is 100 percent polyester and the half mask is made of polyurethane foam.
Will you need extra bits? Probably not. You get the jumpsuit with the fake muscles (which kids flip for) and the half mask. If you really wanted to do it right, a little face paint is all you need. Then again, the gloves and spidey socks aren’t a bad touch.
Is it hand wash only? Of course. You can try to put it in the machine, but you shouldn’t tumble dry it.
Will it break the bank? This costume is remarkably good value for the cost. It’s surprisingly sturdy and only costs about $25. Not bad considering your young man will want to wear it just about every day.