- Pair of Gloves
- Pair of Boot Tops
- 100% polyester brushed knit flannel, interlock knit & faux fur
- Jacket has fur edging at neckline, hemline, center front & sleeve cuffs
- Jacket fastens w/ hook & loop strips at center front
- Pants have elastic waistband
- Hat has fur edge band & pompom at tip
- Black faux leather belt has antique-brass-tone plastic buckle
- White interlock wrist-length gloves
- Faux leather boot tops have fur cuffs, elastic band under shoe
- Also available in toddler sizes
- Exclusively, made by us!
|X-Small||Sleeve Length||15 1/2"||39cm|
|X-Small||Waist||16" - 26"||41cm - 66cm|
|X-Small||Pants Outseam||24 1/2"||62cm|
|Small||Waist||18" - 28"||46cm - 71cm|
|Medium||Waist||20" - 30"||51cm - 76cm|
|Large||Waist||22" - 32"||56cm - 81cm|
|X-Large||Waist||24" - 34"||61cm - 86cm|
You and your family probably have Christmas traditions that have been carried on for decades. These days, it's pretty exciting to share those traditions with your children. Sometimes those traditions are standard. There are gingerbread cookies, Christmas carols, and brightly lit houses. The thing is, there are some traditions that are off the beaten track that could be fun to try out!
In Venezuela, people roller skate to Christmas mass. People aren't supposed to skate in the church but they usually skate down the aisle to rile up the priest. In Japan, people skip the turkey and ham and instead line up at KFC for a Christmas feast of takeout fried chicken. That doesn't seem too bad to us. You can imagine that people in India don't have much access to the evergreen trees, instead, they decorate the fronds of banana trees for their Christmas trees! So, you see, where ever people are in the world they find ways to make the holiday merry and bright in unique and exciting ways.
So, if your child is dressing up as Santa Claus this year, the activities that can celebrate the season are endless. It includes the jacket, pants, belt, gloves, boot toppers, and hat. In this bright red suit, your little one will feel at home with your slightly odd holiday traditions. Hiding a pickle in the Christmas tree seems right. Eating wildly decorated gingerbread men is so much fun! And, hey, if you want to roller skate to mass we think that sounds like a good time!
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