Aeromax Jr. Astronaut Suit w/ Embroidered Cap (orange) Costume AS0

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Aeromax Jr. Astronaut Suit w/ Embroidered Cap (orange) Costume AS0
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Price: $38.99
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Aeromax Jr. Astronaut Suit w/Embroidered Cap (orange) Costume

This top quality Astronaut Suit is sure to please your little space traveler. Its official look and feel make it seem like it's real.

Please Note: Item can not be returned. All sales final

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Includes: Official NASA patches, including special commander patch, Official embroidered NASA cap

Size Chart:

  • Size 2-3: 25-33 lbs. and up to 36" Height
  • Size 4-6: 32-50 lbs. and up to 44" Height
  • Size 6-8: 48-62 lbs. and 42"-50" Height
  • Size 8-10: 54-86 lbs. and 48"-56" Height
  • Size 12-14: 80-110 lbs and 54"-60" Height

Brand: Aeromax

President Mark Levine began his company 12 years ago with one product, the Aeromax 2000 Tangle Free Toy Parachute, which is still iconized in the company’s logo. Today its product line boasts 250 (and counting) items and every top toy industry award. Charitable giving is an important component of Levine’s business plan with thousands of units donated to Kids Wish Network and most recently, Kids In Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.) We sell the high quality costumes of Aeromax for both young children and adults.

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