SLOTH KIGURUMI

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SLOTH KIGURUMI

59.99

Description & Size Info

Think you're the expert on being lazy? THINK AGAIN! You're nowhere near being the ultimate lazibutt without the Sloth Kigurumi! The soft fleece material, the easy-to-wear button opening, the oh-so adorable three finger sleeve, those cute droopy eyes...doesn't it just scream-I mean yawn laziness? And we mean that in a good way! Prepare to spend your Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays... EVERYDAY actually, snuggled up in your Sloth Kigurumi and just being plain lazy! Be proud my fellow lazibutts!

Fabric: Fleece [Polyester 100%]

 

Our kigurumi will fit most people

Kigurumi are made to be loose fitting and will accommodate adults and children who are at least five feet tall. However, if you're taller than six feet the wrist and ankle cuffs might not make it all the way to your wrists and ankles.

XL Kigurumi are designed to fit people over 6 feet 2 inches tall. The Regular size is best if you're under 6 feet tall. If you're in between 6 feet and 6 feet 2 inches, either size will fit, but the XL size might be a slightly better choice.

The bagginess our Kigurumis means there's a lot of room in the chest and waist. If you're concerned with fitting into one of our Kigurumis, the limiting factor is usually your shoulder width.

It's easy...

Turn your kigurumi inside out. This keeps the fabric from getting nappy.

Put it in the washing machine! Yep, our kigurumi are washing machine safe.

Use any detergent you'd like. We also recommend adding fabric softener to keep your kigurumi from feeling stiff after you dry it.

Wash your kigurumi on "Cold" for its first cleaning. This helps the color set it. After the first wash feel free to use the "Warm" setting.

You can use the "Normal" or "Permanent Press" cycle on your washing machine. If you're worried about your kigurumi, the "Gentle" cycle should also do the trick.

After the washing machine, you can either put your kigurumi in the dryer or hang it out to dry.

If you hang it out to dry, be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.

If you use a dryer, we recommended using either the "Air Dry" or "Fluff Air" setting. You might need to run it through the dryer twice on these gentle settings.

That's it!

Care Instructions:
Machine Wash Cold, Non-Chlorine Bleach, Dry Flat, Do Not Iron, Do Not Dry Clean

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