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So... Where are you supposed to put your hands? The pics and description from others make it seem as though you put your hands into the fins. That would make sense for holding things like a Halloween bucket or at the very least bracing yourself in a fall. However, the hole size for your hands to get through is only slightly larger than a quarter. I don't know a single person besides an infant that would be able to get their hand through that. At first I thought it was a defect but both sides are the same. Super disappointed because my son can't wear this.
This costume is not user friendly. My son picked it out but we quickly realized it wasn’t adequate for trick or treating. So we traded. The “window” fogs up very quickly making it difficult to see. The elastic neck hole was quite tight. The costume got very, very hot. It felt like a moving sauna. I would like to see them come up with a better design so the window doesn’t fog up and there’s not so much condensation built up.
This is the worst inflatable costume ever. The zipper can not be accessed from inside so someone has to get you in and out. It has the clear panel on the front and you put your face through an elastic hole so the panel fogs up and it is to hot to wear more that 15 min.
Very disappointed when we received the costume as the fan was not included. The battery pack for the fan was included but not the fan. Now we have to scramble and look for a fan and hope it gets here on time for my daughter’s birthday party. So disappointed.
The costume itself is wonderful if you plan on standing in one spot. The legs are so small which means you have to in a way waddle around. If you take an actual step the stitching is so weak and chap that it rips down the seams.