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Toy Story Toddler Boy's Buzz Lightyear Deluxe Costume


Toy Story Toddler Boy's Buzz Lightyear Deluxe Costume


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A VERY SPECIFIC ASTRONAUT When our kiddos excitedly tell us that they know what they want to be when they grow up, we usually meet that excitement with equal parts enthusiasm and the expectation that the devoted vocation is likely to change in the next couple weeks... and occasionally the next couple hours, depending on what movie the family is about to watch. In fact, one of the office kids once passionately proclaimed no less than thirty-seven different intended occupations over the span of a four-minute YouTube clip. (Come to think of it, the video may have been unrelated to the kiddo chatter.)  Anyway, thanks to Toy Story, the particulars of space travel has dynamically changed. When our tykes would insist that they were going to be an astronaut before, we imagined them proudly wearing a NASA logo on their shirt front. Since Buzz let them know about "infinity and beyond," though, they're much more focused on the iconic armor of the Space Rangers! Fortunately, by the time they're fully grown, that might be an option! Time to get them started now...  PRODUCT DETAILS Your kiddo is going to be an amazing officer in the Space Rangers when they slip into this officially licensed Deluxe Buzz Lightyear costume. This is a comfortable jumpsuit that is printed to look just like the iconic Toy Story character. The bottoms are white with a green accent at the cuff. The top features the look of the buttons and switches on Buzz's armor. They might not help your kiddo fire off lasers, but the detachable wings will make them feel like they are ready to soar!  TO BOLDLY GO? Gone are the days of NASA, the Federation, and even the Rebels versus the Empire. It's all about Infinity and Beyond, now! Fortunately, Buzz is a great model for friendship and fun for your kiddo's aeronautical aspirations and this costume is a great first step into infinity.  - Jumpsuit W/ Detachable Wings - Hood

Toy Story Toddler Boy's Buzz Lightyear Deluxe Costume

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