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Wild Warrior Costume

Wild Warrior Costume
Wild Warrior Costume
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Items Included
  • Tunic
  • Pair of Gauntlets
  • Mask
  • 21% polyester, 50% cotton, 2% acrylic hair, 1% polypropylene, 4% vinyl and 22% nylon
  • Pullover tunic has attached belt, elastic back waistband
  • Latex shoulder pieces and belt
  • Three-dimensional details with realistic skulls and horns
  • Thin canvas netting below belt
  • Fabric and latex combination wristguards
  • Detailed latex mask

Sure, knights in shining armor are cool and all, but they're not as cool as Barbarians.

We mean it. Barbarians are awesome. They wear metal and leather and bones, they each have their own individual style, they get to scream and rampage about, and of course, set things on fire. Sure, they might not be the most organized of fighters, but that's one of their tactics. They scare your socks off, chase you down screaming like a wild animal, and then take what they want. They don't need fancy armor or weapons. They'll pick up whatever's closest, wallop their neighbors, and charge onward. Pretty awesome.

Which makes them better than knights. Or at least more entertaining to watch. Have you ever seen a knight face off with a barbarian? We have. We had a battle royale in the lunch room the other week. Yeah, the knight did end up winning (something about his intense training seemed to prepare him) but we all agreed the barbarian won for best showmanship. That knight had no idea what to do when the barbarian beamed a chair at his head and proceeded to roar at him while bulldozing tables out of the way.

So if you better identify with your unruly ruffian side, you should try out our Wild Warrior Costume. It has a pullover tunic, belt, latex should pauldrons, skull and horn details, bracers, and even a mask. Just practice your blood-curdling screams a couple times and you'll be ready to raid!

Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Standard Chest 46" 117cm
Standard tunic length 40" 102cm
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