Bigfoot Toys & Dolls
These Bigfoot toys and dolls in our catalogue are a must have not only for your little ones who love Bigfoot but even for display in your car or Bigfoot collection corner. Collect Bigfoot toys and dolls from some of the major toy manufacturers like Fisher-price and Matterhorn.
Mighty dog toys rethink durability and approach it from a new angle. Durability is created for each toy with multiple layers of flexible materials that move with the dog’s teeth instead of tearing. Compared to other toys, Mighty dog toys have no hard edges. The result is these toys do not promote chewing – great when you’re trying to discourage chewing habits. These toys may seem plush on the outside, but all the durability features are internal making these toys soft, yet MIGHTY strong. Please be a responsible dog owner and only allow your dog to play with the toy under supervision. Do not allow your pet to ingest any portion of the toy.
goDog Yetis are fun, one-eyed friends that any dog will love. Made with extra-soft, furry plush and Chew Guard Technology for added durability. Yetis are available in both large and small sizes and feature silly squeakers and grunters.
They're big, they're hairy and they're notoriously elusive! This 7-1/4" tall hard vinyl Bigfoot Action Figure is the perfect thing to hide in the bushes of your backyard. Then you and your friends can dress up in camo and look for it. If you're lucky, you'll get your own TV series. Intricate articulation allows it to be posed just like frame 352 of the famous Patterson film footage.
Craft Pattern - Yuki Frostfoot, a Yeti Pattern - 17" Long. This unique pattern by Jennifer Carson of The Dragon Charmer will be the delight of any craft or stuffed animal enthusiast. Yuki Frostfoot is 17" long, made from faux fur and hand dyed cotton sweatshirt fleece (there are directions for this very easy process on the vendor's blog, included with the pattern). Yuki is fully jointed with embroidered eyes and an attached nose. This little yeti may look like he can take the cold, but he loves to cuddle and stay warm. Great craft pattern for winter or fall projects for kids; makes a great Christmas gift! These patterns are approved to be used to make items for resale/profit.
Webkinz pets are lovable plush pets that each come with a unique SECRET CODE. With it, you enter Webkinz World where you care for your virtual pet, answer trivia, earn KINZCASH to customize your pets rooms, and play the best kids games on the internet. Each Webkinz comes with their own unique special item and special food that can be used online with your virtual pet! Webkinz received the 2006 iParenting Media Award and 2007 Toy of the Year (TOTY) award.
Nickelodeon Blaze and the Monster Machines Blaze Wrecking Crane: Age Range: 3Y+Blaze must use force to knock down Crusher's Bigfoot Robot contraption! Swing Blaze's wrecking crane to knock down the robot! Blast away the barrels that block Blaze's path! Includes die-cast Blaze, robot and three barrels
A team of students search for a sub-human prehistoric creature. A child's toy imparts telekinetic power to a little girl.
Monster High Exchange Program Marisol Coxi Doll: Ghouls learn about new skull-tures through a Monster Exchange program that brings new students in and sends others abroadBack home at Monster High, Marisol Coxi, daughter of South American Bigfoot, will show them how her homeland of Monster Picchu rocksShe wears a gore-geous outfit that monster-mashes skelements of her destination with icons representing her scaritage, like bold colors and a flowery printTo-die-for clawesomely huge shoes, uhhhmazing accessories and a freaky fabulous travel bag complete the killer lookDoll also comes with a Skullette-shaped hairbrush, doll stand and travel diary with all the gory details
According to local lore, the Sasquatch is a great and terrible creature feared by all. Gentleman Bigfoot is not such a creature. Unlike his brutish cousins, this refined gentleman roams the great conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest in search of fine dining and polite company. While we were never able to convince him to pose for a photograph, he did allow us to sketch him in exchange for a proper lunch and three jars of Gourmet Mustard. After all, a true gentleman does not seek out undue attention or personal fame, but instead chooses the life of humble refinement beyond the media limelight.