Stephen Joseph Shark Child Raincoat
Make-Believe Sharks in School Puddles
It's a rainy day somewhere, someplace, and a kindergartner tromps and stomps every water puddle in and around the school building. Cracks of thunder overpower the sounds of the splashing of water made by rain boots. Big raindrops. Then, WOW, take a look at this puddle!
It's so big that the kindergartner shows good judgment and stands around the edge of the water and looks down: Yes, there is a pair of mean-looking white sharks swimming in those waters. Their tails keep moving methodologically left and right. Because if a shark stops swimming, it sinks. Oh my!
Sharks are ugly, menacing, and fierce attackers, and as giants among the fish family, they are also graceful and powerful. And children just find them utterly fascinating. This shark-centric raincoat is made from soft but playable fabric and is durable and lightweight. And a big shark owns the back of it.
Sharks? We Got the Kids Covered.
Rain. Sometimes we don't receive enough of it. Other times, too much. So, during those moments when you see a flash of lightning and, a sole boom of thunder, remember to look out. The sharks are on their way!
- Hooded Raincoat
- Stephen Joseph Shark Child Raincoat
- 100% polyurethane outer shell, 100% cotton lining
- Separating center-front zipper
- Elastic at sleeve cuffs
- Side seam pockets