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Women's Astronaut Jumpsuit Costume

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Items Included
  • Jumpsuit
Product Highlights
  • 100% polyester twill fabric
  • Center front zipper, embroidered patches on right breast & left sleeve
  • Elastic back waistband and at wrist & ankle cuffs
  • False pockets w/ decorative zippers at hips & on sleeves
  • Helmet & boots each sold separately
  • Exclusively, made by us!
Size Chart
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Small Chest 35" 89cm
X-Small Sleeve Length 24" 61cm
X-Small Waist 22" - 30" 56cm - 76cm
X-Small Torso 27 1/2" 70cm
X-Small Inseam 29" 74cm
X-Small Jumpsuit Length 56" 142cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small Chest 37" 94cm
Small Sleeve Length 24" 61cm
Small Waist 24" - 32" 61cm - 81cm
Small Torso 28 1/2" 72cm
Small Inseam 28 1/2" 72cm
Small Jumpsuit Length 56" 142cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Medium Chest 38" 97cm
Medium Sleeve Length 24" 61cm
Medium Waist 26" - 34" 66cm - 86cm
Medium Torso 29 1/2" 75cm
Medium Inseam 27" 69cm
Medium Jumpsuit Length 56" 142cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large Chest 43" 109cm
Large Sleeve Length 24" 61cm
Large Waist 31" - 39" 79cm - 99cm
Large Torso 31 1/2" 80cm
Large Inseam 26 1/2" 67cm
Large Jumpsuit Length 57" 145cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large Chest 46" 117cm
X-Large Sleeve Length 24" 61cm
X-Large Waist 34" - 42" 86cm - 107cm
X-Large Torso 33 1/2" 85cm
X-Large Inseam 26" 66cm
X-Large Jumpsuit Length 58" 147cm
Product Description


So, you want to be an astronaut. That's pretty impressive, being an astronaut wouldn't be easy! Do you want to know what we think might be the hardest part of being an astronaut though? Space trick or treating. Maybe that sounds a little silly, but bear with us while we explain! 

First off, you need to consider that these astronauts aren't sitting still, they are in moving satellites orbiting the earth! So just to get to another space station to ask for candy you need to jump out of your space station and float to another. Sounds pretty intense right? Then once you ask them for candy, you need to carry it all the way back to your station and attempt to eat it. This is where things get really tricky. Can you imagine eating a fun dip in space? The second you open the container, there is going to be powdery sugar everywhere. Eating fun dip in space would require a ton of training. 


You're going to feel ready for a day of space trick or treating when you strap on this costume! It consists of a bright orange jumpsuit with white accents. It's made of 100% polyester and has a front zipper to secure it in place. It also comes with elastic at the wrists and ankles to keep your space suit from riding up. All you will need is your space helmet, and you will be ready for any interstellar adventures you choose to embark on! 


We will let the space academy teach you most of the stuff, but we think we should offer you some tips on eating candy in space. You probably don't have a zero gravity chamber to practice in, so we recommend eating fun dip in front of an extremely strong fan. We aren't sure if it will help, but at the very least it should be pretty funny. Good luck! 

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