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  • How to Train Your Dragon Kids Toothless Costume
  • How to Train Your Dragon Kids Toothless Costume

How to Train Your Dragon Kids Toothless Costume

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Fans of ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ will love dressing up as Toothless, Hiccup’s faithful night fury dragon. In this fabulous outfit, you don’t need to train your dragon, you get to be the dragon! The all-in-one black polyester jumpsuit is cleverly printed to give the appearance of dragon-like skin, and even more fun is the attached long tail, complete with red fabric repair. The jumpsuit has feet with fabric claws to add to the dragon-y look and fastens at the back with Velcro to make it easy to get into and comfy to wear for hours of play. Also included is a set of impressive detachable wings, and a moulded plastic mask with all of Toothless’ endearing features, and there’s mesh in the eyes to allow the wearer to see out.

Royal Mail 24 (1-2 working days) £3.99

UPS Next Working Day by 6pm (delivers Monday to Friday only) £6.99

UPS Next Working Day by Midday (delivers Monday to Friday only) £7.99

UPS Saturday Delivery £8.99

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Order by 4:00pm Mon - Fri for same day dispatch if using UPS as your shipping service.

Orders received on weekends and bank holidays will be shipped the next working day. You will receive an email with a tracking number after we have shipped it.

You can return any item up to 28 working days from receipt of goods, subject to the following:

  1. The item must be unused and without damage, and in a saleable condition.
  2. We require all original packaging.
  3. Makeup, face paint, fangs & teeth, tights, stockings and underwear must remain unopened and with original seals intact.

To start a return, please follow the instruction on the returns form received with your order. Escapade.co.uk does not pay for return delivery.

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