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Okay, so people in warmer climates might not understand your struggle. But we do, we're from Minnesota for criminy's sake! We know that October can be cold. This makes finding the right costume for your baby hard. You want them to be cute, but as a parent you NEED them to be warm, and happy.That's why we looked all over the world for a costume that was adorable, yet still met your parental needs for your child to be warm in the bitter cold of October. We searched in small shops all over the northern Midwest, and the east coast, the west coast. But we didn't find anything. Sure there were cute things, but not warm. Or there were warm things that weren't cute. Then we heard tell of baby Yetis in Nepal.We just knew that we had found what you were looking for. Hurrying we flew to Nepal, and purchased all the costumes they had. This Abominable SnowBaby Infant Costume is what we came home with. It is the most adorable thing we found on our journey, and it will keep any little SnowBaby warm. It's blue fur will keep your little munchkin fully covered as the October wind chills you to the bones. And you'll be happy for the footies on this suit because it means your baby can't take their shoes off every five seconds!
PREPARED LIKE A YETIHave you ever seen a yeti wearing a pair of fuzzy slippers? Of course not! Those big, furry critters are completely prepared for the chilly winter weather. Us humans, on the other hand, need to take certain measures to remain cozy during those winter months. Perhaps we can learn a thing or two from the humble yeti though...For instance, your child could have fuzzy feet like a yeti by wearing these Yeti Paw Slippers for kids! They're the perfect solution for keep feet cozy.PRODUCT DETAILSThese Yeti Paw Slippers are made out of a polyester and acrylic blend. Rest assured, no yetis, bigfoots, or sasquatches were harmed in the making of these slippers. They have a layer of fuzzy fur on the exterior, which helps keep your child's feet fully insulated from any unexpected chills and cold kitchen floors. The bottoms have no-slip grips for stability and you can even wash these in the washer! Just make sure to tumble dry these fluffy foot accessories!YETI GOT YOUR BACKPerfect for lazy days indoors during the winter, the kid's slippers are a great choice for any child. They even double as a great way to finish off any yeti costume!
It was a two-eyed, two-horned, polka-dotted people eater! The song got it wrong all along. Here we were staring up at the skies in terror, expecting to find a flying purple monster with one horn and a single giant eye that would descend upon us and devour us whole. But, alas! The stories were entirely off. We first began hearing reports of the Blue Menace a few months back. We sent our scouts out to investigate the countryside for any evidence of the beast's existence, but came back with nothing.Turns out, that we made one small error in our scouting plan. Everyone we sent out was already garbed in a variety of identity-changing costumes. Of course, we're not going to put our own agents into the field without some kind of supernatural (or at least ridiculously fashionable) advantage! But, the people-eaters aren't interested in consuming yetis, aliens, robots, or apparently even pirates. (We're not sure what that says about pirates... but they apparently do not fit the digestive desires of monsters.)Unfortunately, it seems that you have been caught. From our limited understanding of the monsters, they either eat you whole in a single gulp or they bite you and create a sort of slow transformation. Either way, you'll have to get used to this Adult Blue Monster costume. The bright blue jumpsuit is comfortable, which is what we are surprised to learn is exactly what the interior of many monsters is like, and features a bright yellow and golden polka dot pattern on the belly. Two sculpted horns and google eyes feature on the hood. Rumors are there are pink variations of the beast as well, so beware-they may travel in small packs!
It must be a lonely life for Bigfoot. There can't be many of his kind out there although he's been seen among the mountains, in the flat plains, and even in the rural American mid-west. What animals does he communicate with? We'd imagine the squirrels are way too chatty and the deer would be too skittish to get close to the giant hairy man-beast. Maybe that's why he is sometimes seen stalking the outskirts of farms or lingering near popular trails, he just wants to make a friend that won't take a picture of him and post it on the internet. It's not like Bigfoot doesn't want to be a part of society. It's said that he's made several attempts to get involved throughout history. At the height of the lumberjack era, Bigfoot was spotted log rolling on a river with some plaid clad friends. About a decade later Bigfoot was spotted near that same river, hoeing a vegetable garden while an extremely hairy and long armed toddler played nearby. While no one has reported any sightings from that area since, it's said that, hundreds of years later, many of the locals can grow impressive Auburn facial hair and seem quite tall and ape like. We'll let you draw your own conclusions. If you want to celebrate Bigfoot's social side then you'll love this remarkable ensemble. This jumpsuit has lush brown fur with tough looking chest and stomach pads. The sleeves are finished by paw like gloves with orange finger pads and the shoe covers have padded toes. You'll feel cozy whether you're indoors or wandering through the woods with a furry hood and molded face mask. Now, if you really want to get popular we suggest log rolling. Who knows, you might even get your own ad campaign!
May the best monster win!Before he was promoted to the number one scarer at Monsters, Inc.,...before he went to Monster University to learn the ropes...before he met his friend Mike and his rival Randall and his little friend Boo...before he came across the Yeti...before he ever burst through a door and made a kid scream to create electricity in Monstropolis...Sully was a baby monster. Yep, a cute little giggling infant monster being raised by his proud monster mom and dad. Hey, even the biggest monsters have to start somewhere! What? Are you having trouble picturing Sulley as a baby? Well, this will help you. Just take one look our Sulley Classic Infant Costume, officially licensed from Disney! It'll turn your little one into the perfect monster-in-training this Halloween. The costume is plush and fuzzy and oh-so-soft and it's the same turquoise blue as Sulley's fur when he's grown up. Except where the grown up Sully has big purple splotches and magnificent purple horns, this costume has teeny tiny purple dots little purple horns just starting to peek out. Yep, we told you monsters started out as babies! And that Sulley tail! Attach the tail to the costume with Velcro, and your little one will love swinging it around and making the other kids scream - and end up laughing. All you need to do is pull on the matching footies with cute little brown claws, and you've got an adorable baby monster ready to scare up some treats this Halloween!