Child X-Wing Fighter Pilot Costume
A rebel communique
Hey, guess what? We just got an important Rebel communique from their base. That's right, it came all the way from Yavin IV. And the message it contains is oh-so-very important. They need more pilots! Like ASAP!
Know anyone who might be up for the task? We think you should humbly search your own home for someone who might be willing to step up in service of the Alliance to Restore the Republic. Really, it's not that hard to fly an X-Wing. Basically, you just hop into your cockpit, and your Astromech droid does all the heavy lifting. (You just have to push the trigger to fire the blasters!)
So, get your own kids recruited to be the next brave X-Wing fighters. And, while you're at it, you might as well dress them up in style, too, by outfitting them with this children's X-Wing Fighter Pilot Costume. With real movie style, we're sure he'll be passable as a real deal Star Wars hero!
This kid's X-Wing Pilot costume is Star Wars officially licensed from the Rubies Costume Company. A fun costume choice, it looks just like what our heroes like Luke Skywalker wear in the movies! Styled as a jumpsuit with printed details, it also has a foam vest panel attached for an extra touch of authenticity. The included plastic mask completes the effect, and will have him ready to pilot a starfighter!
just for fun
We like to play like the fantasy is real, but we know full well he won't be flying a starfighter anytime soon. But that doesn't mean you can't capture the magic this Halloween! Outfit him with this Star Wars costume, and he'll feel just like a brave Luke Skywalker. Plus, collecting trick-or-treat candy is sure to be a pretty important mission!
- Jumpsuit w/ Attached Vest Panel
- Child X-Wing Fighter Pilot Costume
- 100% polyester fabric, 100% polyurethane foam
- Jumpsuit has hook & loop fastener strips at center back
- Printed & quilted foam vest panel attached to front
- Printed graphics on suit
- Molded plastic mask has elastic band around back of head
- Officially licensed