The Ninja Costume is the ultimate in disguise. It makes you look like you’re not wearing anything at all.
Wearing a Ninja Costume helps you become invisible. This can be useful when you want to sneak into a place, or sneak out of a place, or surprise someone by sneaking up on them.
The Ninja Costume is made from a special material that does not create sound when it moves. As such, it is very good for sneaking around in, as long as you wear a pair of Ninja Shoes.
What To Look For In a Ninja Costume: A blog describing how to get the most out of a ninja costume.
In this blog I will describe what to look for in a ninja costume, and how to get the most out of it.
Ninja costumes come in two varieties: ninja and super-ninja. Most people prefer the super-ninja. But even the basic ninja can provide years of enjoyment.
Costumes are available from most martial arts supply houses, or at sites like http://www.ninjacostume.com/. Shipping is generally $19, but if you order before October you can get free shipping by using the code “NINJA.”
When looking at a costume, pay attention to these things:
* The hood. Make sure it is not too tight, or too loose. If your hood is too tight, your vision will be impaired and you’ll have headaches. If your hood is too loose, others will see it’s fake. You want a snug fit that doesn’t impair vision and that looks good with a helmet or motorcycle helmet on top of it (see below).
* The mask. The mask should be made of breathable fabric; avoid plastic masks that can fog up. It should also leave room for a mouth so you can drink water and eat food without having to take off your mask (see below
Ninja costumes are more popular than ever in the US, Canada and Western Europe. This post will describe what to look for when buying a ninja costume.
The best ninja costumes are made from a blend of cotton and spandex. This gives you enough flexibility to move freely without sacrificing durability. Most ninja costumes are cheap, however, so you may have to sacrifice durability for price.
When choosing between ninja costumes with designs or plain ninja costumes, it is important to consider where you will be wearing the costume. If the costume is for cosplay, choose something with the design of your favorite character, such as Sasuke or Naruto from Naruto or Link from Legend of Zelda. If you plan on using the costume for Halloween or a costume party, however, it is best to stick with a plain black ninja costume.
Purchasing a ninja costume can be a difficult process. There are many choices to be made, and with so many options, it can be hard to choose the right one. Here I will describe some of the important characteristics to look for in a quality ninja suit, and how you can use your suit for maximum effect.
Material: High-quality ninja suits are made from 100% black cotton. Most costumes on the market today use inferior materials, or even worse, polyester blends. This is unacceptable; polyester does not breathe at all and is uncomfortable to wear for extended periods of time. If you are going to be wearing a ninja suit for more than four hours at a time, it is imperative that you purchase one that is made out of cotton or other natural fiber. Look for the “100% Cotton” label when purchasing your suit; if there is no such label, move on!
It’s Halloween season again and you’re looking for a costume. You’ve tried the usual suspects: Doctor, police officer, sexy cat, etc. But this year you’re looking for something different – more bold, more daring.
After all, you’re a big kid now. You don’t have to be afraid of the dark anymore. You don’t have to be afraid of loud noises either. That’s why it’s time to become a ninja!
Obviously, if you’re going to be a ninja then you’ll need to get yourself a ninja costume. And there are many to choose from. But before buying a costume, there are some important things to consider:
1) Quality of Material
We’ll discuss each of these factors in turn below.
The Ninja costume from Halloween Express is a great value for the money. It comes with a black ninja shirt, pants, hood, face mask, belt, and tabard.
The shirt is about knee-length, with long sleeves. The arms are longer than average, to accommodate a wide range of arm movements. The shirt has a traditional ninja turtle neck.
The pants have elastic at the waist for an adjustable fit. They are thin and lightweight and should not be too hot to wear during the warmer months. They are sized to fit most young children between 4 and 6 years old, but may also fit some older children or even adults in smaller sizes.
The hood is also thin and lightweight and covers the back of the neck as well as the top of the head. It has slits for the eyes so you can see while wearing it. There is no opening for the mouth, so it would be good practice to learn how to breathe through your nose if you’re planning on wearing it all day like I do!
The face mask covers only half of your face: from just above your eyebrows down past your nose and mouth, but does not include any eye protection. The mesh material allows for good visibility while still concealing your identity.”
I’ve been a professional ninja for about twenty years. I’m finally ready to admit that, for the first nineteen years, I was wearing the wrong ninja costume.
There are an awful lot of different ways to be a ninja, and an awful lot of different kinds of ninja costumes. Just as there are different kinds of soldiers and carpenters and salesmen, so too are there different kinds of ninjas. Some ninjas like to lurk in the shadows, just out of sight. Others prefer to leap down dramatically from trees with a startling “hi-ya!” Some ninjas spend their time trying to free Tibet (these are Tibetan ninjas). Others work at insurance companies (these are not real ninjas).
For a long time I thought my job was to be stealthy and mysterious. So I wore all black and moved silently through the night. But this isn’t what most people want from a ninja. Most people want you to leap down from somewhere shouting “hi-ya!” They want you to kill snakes with your bare hands or drink poison or do something else equally outrageous. If you don’t make an impression, you’re not doing your job as a ninja.