DinoSuit Wearable Fossil Kit
I was all about these DinoSuit Wearable Fossil Kits until I saw the last image in the gallery above. The one that shows how it arrives. As cardboard cutouts you have to punch out and assemble yourself. Pssshhh! I don't have, or care much for, kids, and believe parents bring any hardships of making them happy upon themselves, but even I wouldn't wish a kid setting their sights on a DinoSuit Wearable Fossil Kit on any mom or dad out there.
OK, yes, the product description does note that the kids the costume is intended for - those 6 and up - can construct their T-Rex, Triceratops, or Stegosaurus themselves using "simple picture instructions." But you know that's just code for, "Hope ye parental units have set aside your Saturday to build your kid a cosplay dinosaur with fully articulated legs and moving jaws that will encourage them to make roaring sounds around the house."
Now the best part about the DinoSuit Wearable Fossil Kits is that since they are made of cardboard, they probably aren't very durable, and you'll only have to deal with Kenny the T-Rex trying to use a nylon operation line to steal snacks and battle the dog for 3 to 4 wears.
Then again, that also may be the worst part about the kits, given they'll cost you hours of your time to put together, and a whopping 70 buckaroos.