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Cowboy Boys Costume for Toddlers

It’s High NoonWe cannot explain how excited we are to bring you this great costume. Why? Because we had one just like it when we were young bucks running around the Wild West (which looked remarkably like suburban backyards), saving the day from outlaws and bringing criminals to justice (or stopping the dog from eating our shoes). Trust us, in this Toddler Cowboy Costume, your little one will have similarly endless amounts of fun and adventure imagining themselves aowboy Costume, your little one will have similarly endless amounts of fun and adventure imagining themselves as sheriffs and lawmen of the famously lawless frontier.Seriously. We loved this costume so much, our parents had to wait until we were asleep to change us. And we’re positive that it won’t take long before your child is talking in a tough guy low-growl, tipping his hat low and asking you where he left his horse. Just slide him another mug of root beer from across the kitchen counter and say you don’t know nothing about that, Mr. Lawman.Fun DetailsThis classic costume comes with a faux suede vest and flannel cowhide-print chaps to imitate the iconic wild west look. Also included is a red paisley bandana and, of course, a foam cowboy hat--with wire in the brim edge, for shaping--to complete his transformation. Not included: a bold mustache, spurs that clink against wood floors, or the horse. But we have a feeling that your little one will do just fine without those. Don’t forget to pick up a six-shooter accessory so your little guy can help bring those bandits to justice!There’s a New Sheriff in TownIn this costume your kiddo can have endless, nostalgic fun around the house. We’re having fun just remembering the adventures we went on, chasing the cat over the mountains of couch pillows and rounding up cattle in the backyard. Oh, now that we think of it, just one word to caution: the wild west is a rough and tumble place, make sure not to get in your little one’s way while he’s on the job, lest you find yourself on the wrong end of the long arm of the law. read more