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Plus Size Prison Men's Jumpsuit
Plus Size Prison Men's Jumpsuit
Product Description
Item #UN29131X
Items Included
  • Jumpsuit
Product Highlights
  • Plus Size Prison Jumpsuit
  • 100% polyester poplin fabric
  • Front zipper
  • Elastic back waistband
  • Inmate number “9093870” printed on front
  • “Dept. of Corrections” printed on back
SizeMeasurementStandardMetric
2XChest54"137cm
2XTorso35"89cm
2XJumpsuit Length64"163cm
3XChest56"142cm
3XTorso36"91cm
3XJumpsuit Length65"165cm

WHAT DID YOU DO? 

Great, you're going to prison? What on earth did you do? Did you kill a man? Did you rob a bank? Did you lead the police on a high-speed chase through three counties? Whatever you did, embellish it. Make the story three times cooler than it actually was. That's the trick to surviving prison. We think. We've never actually been. But the movies make us think that having a cool story for being there is a good way to stay safe in there! 

So, if you robbed a bank, say that you tried to do it blindfolded. Doing it with your eyes open was getting too easy, so you threw on a blindfold, tied a hand behind your back and went to work. You would have gotten away with it too if you coulda seen them coming. Stories like that are how you make friends once you're on the inside. Good luck! 

FUN DETAILS 

This costume comes in standard prison orange. The only place this color doesn't stand out is in prison, standing next to a hundred other inmates wearing the exact same thing. Still, we think the color is nice. Puts a little color in the otherwise dreary prison. This jumpsuit has all the details that you'll need to sell people on your costume. It says "department of corrections" on the back and has a prisoner number on the front, so if anyone doubts that you're a real prisoner, you can just point to the number and say "then why did they give me a number?"

PRISON STORIES 

When it comes to prison stories, making sure that you have the coolest is essential. So, when you meet your cellmate just listen to their's first, and then one-up them. So, if the led police on a chase through three counties, then you led them through four. Make sense? Good luck! 

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