Thursday, 13 October 2016

Ninja Kids Morphsuit

Ninjas are all the rage in our house. It's crammed with Lego Ninjago and Ninja turtles paraphernalia. So, it's not surprising that from all the possible Morphsuit outfits Eddie has chosen a Ninja Kids Morphsuit.
If you haven't heard of morpsuits, they are made from polyester and spandex. Not sure if they can be called onesies, but they are a type of a jumpsuit, which covers your body like a giant glove.
You are turned into a striking colourful silhouette. The material is super stretchy and almost hugs your body. Morphsuits come in all sorts of colours and patterns.

The Ninja Kids Morpsuit is black with red and white pattern. If your kids - like my son - are ninja-crazy, this outfit might be a great idea for a Halloween costume.
This costume comes in S, M and L sizes.
You don't have to be naked to get in, a pair of undies and maybe a vest will be just fine, as long as it's nothing too bulky to spoil the silhouette.

Going to the loo is a bit tricky (and so are onesies) as you need to undo the back but it is do-able.
It looks very cool, and a tiny bit scary, when the mask is on.
It is completely breathable. And you can see through very well too.

If Ninja costume is not to your liking, there is a big selection of outfits - just check out Kids Morphsuits.
Personally I'm not overly keen on the gory ones, but the animal morphsuits are fantastic.

Our verdict:
Pros: a cool Halloween or party outfit, very stretchy and fits well, breathable and see-through
Cons: not very easy to take off quickly if you need to use the toilet + might be too scary for younger kids.

Saying that, my 6-year-old thought he looked very cool, and he can't wait to wear it at the party.

Disclosure: We received a morphsuit for the purposes of reviewing. All opinions are Eddie's and mine.


  1. Eddie looks fab! I bet he will have a great Halloween in that. Fab ninja moves

    1. Thank you, Alison! He's already invited to a Halloween birthday party, so he might wear his costume then