Fire Breathing Dragon Toddler Costume Size L (4-6)

Includes: Jumpsuit with shoe covers, hood.. Not Included: Shoes.

Product Features

  • Includes: Body suit with attached tail, hood, wings, shoe covers
  • Todd SZ 3-4T or Todd/Child 4-6
  • Polyester Costume.

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Fire Breathing Dragon Toddler Costume Size L (4-6)

  1. Sara Tomlinson says:

    This costume was awesome – everyone loved it! Great detail – easy to put on – nobody else had one. The wings were separate, so they can store easily.

  2. Tracy Hannum says:

    great costume I loved this! The material was fantastic. not cheap looking like at most department stores. some of the reviews stated it ran big but i disagree. My son is almost 4 and runs on the smaller side of the scale so the 3-4 was a perfect fit. i would recomend if your child runs in the higher % average I would go up to the next size if you live in a cold area like us and need layers.

  3. Dellynn says:

    Really cute, picture accurate. I let the kiddo pick this one out after looking at several options on amazon. I ordered the Large size for 4 yr old, and it was the right choice—fit him great with a little wiggle room so warmer clothes could go under. The fabric had a nice shine to it, and the head piece was detailed and fun. Both the head and the wings are detachable…..however, the tail is not, so the costume still needs to be taken on and off in order to get into a car seat. The kiddo was really excited to get this and practiced “scary” faces and roars ( not realizing he just was freaking cute and anything but scary). He did get tired of wearing the body part by evening ( wore it to pre-school), and even then just wearing the head-piece with a red sweatshirt was still cute. Overall it was a good costume and looked like the actual picture—which is a positive, since sometimes you order costumes and discover they are flimsy/ nothing like the advertised picture.

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