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Inflatable Ostrich Rider Inflatable Costume

Item #:COS-IC-22
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Reg. Price:$42.95
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Inflatable Ostrich Rider Inflatable Costume

Ostrich Rider Inflatable Costume
Costume features attached fan for persistent inflation!

If you haven't ridden an ostrich before, you don't know what you're missing.

You'll get more than a few laughs with this cool inflatable costume! Pull the costume on over your legs, turn the fan on, tighten it around your waist, and you're ready to ride. You can move around comfortably so you can boogie on the dance floor or just sip on a cool one and still look like the life of the party.

One Size Fits Most Adults.
Ostrich Rider Includes Costume. (HAT AND SHIRT NOT INCLUDED).
Takes Four 4-AA batteries are (NOT INCLUDED).

Costume may vary slightly from shown

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“Purchase went smoothly as it should. Thanks” said one customer who bought this costume.

Be the life of the party with this hilarious inflatable costume. Amaze trick or treaters on Halloween (without scaring them) or steal the show at any costume party. This cool, comfortable inflatable Ostrich costume will turn heads and get envious glances. Not everyone can be an ostrich rider. Unlike other large costumes that make you feel hot or suffocated, this inflatable costume is lightweight and comfortable.

If your ostrich starts to get shy from all the attention, get a laugh as you make it hide its head in the sand. With a funny costume like this, you will be searching for excuses to wear it. We won’t be surprised if you start holding weekly costume parties.

This inflatable costume comes with a battery-powered fan that will keep it inflated the whole party. Just flip the switch to turn the fan on or off. Stand in the back legs of the ostrich, while fake inflatable legs make it look like you’re perched atop this silly bird.

In parts of Africa, ostriches are commonly ridden like horses, using saddles and bits. They’re harder to handle than horses but we’re sure you’ll have it under control. Ostrich racing is popular in South Africa and even in parts of the USA like Arizona and Nevada. Jacksonville, Florida opened an “Ostrich Farm” tourist site for ostrich racing in 1892.