Teen Indiana Jones Adventure Costume
- Teen: Sold out
- Jacket w/attached Shirt
- 100% polyester
- Dark brown polyester jacket w/ zipper and attached shirt
- Printed buttons and pockets on shirt
- Light brown pants w/ elastic waist
- Dark brown felt fedora
- Makes archaeology cool again
|Teen||Chest||34" - 39"||86cm - 99cm|
|Teen||Waist||22" - 42"||56cm - 107cm|
|Teen||Shirt Length||22 1/2"||57cm|
Artifacts of Life
Is your kid constantly finding valuable and rare artifacts in the woods behind your house? Is he constantly saying things like “It belongs in a museum!” and “We’ve gotta find Marcus Brody!” even though you didn’t know he had a friend by that name? Trust us, your kid isn’t up to some weird activities, he’s just gradually turning into archaeologist and esteemed professor of ancient artifacts, Dr. Henry Jones, Jr.! So pick up this Teen Deluxe Indiana Jones Costume and let your kiddo head out on some amazing and exciting globe-trotting adventures!
In this outfit, he’ll have no problem finding important historical artifacts and protecting them from the bad guys who only want them for personal gain. That’s an impressive effort to undertake, but we’re sure your teen is more than up to the challenge. Just make sure he practices with his whip and a couple ancient languages, like Greek, Latin, and maybe Aramaic.
This outfit is perfect for all sorts of adventures across historical and hard to find archaeological sites! The dark brown polyester jacket comes with an attached shirt and looks just like what the actual Indiana Jones would wear while traipsing through jungle ruins or ancient underground vaults. The brown pants stretch for comfort. And to complete the look, the dark brown felt fedora is included and is totally iconic. Make sure your kid doesn’t lose it behind a stone door or some kind of temple trap! Because nobody can be Indiana Jones without the famous fedora.
Indiana Jones can get himself into some tight spots sometimes! So make sure your adventurer is staying safe while retrieving all those important artifacts. Yes, it’s the right thing to do to get them safely into museums, but not if it’s super dangerous. Stay safe out there!
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