Adult Karate Dog Costume (ref: 62876)

Discontinued

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  1. Info

    Product Information

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    The Adult Karate Dog costume is a fantastic novelty outfit and is guaranteed to impress at any party.

    The karate costume includes a soft furry top and a pair of red trousers with attached furry legs and boot tops.

    Also included with the karate dog costume is a long red and white gown featuring soft furry arms and paws and a yellow belt.

    The unique costume is completed by the high quality character headpiece with floppy black ears, black eyemask, eyes and stuffed nose.

    Party themes
    Festival CostumesSuperhero CostumesAnimal CostumesHero CostumesFilm and Television CostumesCombat Costumes
    Tags
    animaldogkarateninjasamuraiHong KongHong Kong PhooeyHong Kong Phoey
  2. Sizing

    Sizes for this costume are:

    • Standard:
      • Chest size to 42"
      • Elasticated Waist: Up to 44"
      • Inside Leg: 30"
      • Inside Arm: 21"
  3. Specs

    Specifications

    • Material: 100% Polyester
    • Packaging: Resealable PVC Bag & Header Card
    • Product Suitability: Adult Specific Item - All Ages Over 15 Years
    • Washing Instructions: Dry Clean Only
  4. Q & A

    Q & A

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    • Could i pull the headpiece down over my face?

      No, the headpiece is designed to sit on top of the head.

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Customer Reviews (2)

Average score 5 out of 5
  • Hong Kong Fooey

    December 17, 2013, by Krystel M - Essex, UK - United Kingdom

    Great costume , very practical as can have "free" hands and jacket comes off if too hot !

  • Karate Dog

    November 21, 2012, by Tamara L - Durham, UK - United Kingdom

    OK ... so I thought it looked like Hong Kong Phooey. Guess I watched too many 1970's american cartoons but it was a hit for Children in Need and washed well to be used again.