Review: Kigs Kangaroo Kigurumi

Thank you to Kigs for sponsoring this review! This post contains affiliate links.

Before I was asked to do this review I had never heard of a Kigurumi. I truly had no idea what it was so I had to do some research before I accepted to do the review. When I found out what they were I was so excited I was practically jumping up and down. Kigurumi’s are like costumes for kids except they are super cute!

The company that makes and sells the Kigurumi that I reviewed is Kigs. They have kigs for adults and kids. Their kid’s kigs come in 8 different animals: dinosaur, hamster, kangaroo, owl, panda, penguin, pink rabbit and red panda. For my daughter I chose to go with the Kangaroo.

The children kigs are sized for kids ages 5-9. They have a baggy fit and are made of fleece so they are very comfortable to wear. On Amazon they sell for $54.99 with Free Shipping. Here are some pictures of the Kangaroo Kig we ordered:

Kids Kigurumi -

The Kangaroo Kig includes a baby kangaroo plush to play with and hold in the front pocket of the kig!

Kids Kangaroo Kigurumi -

Kangaroo Costume -

Isn’t this the cutest thing? This picture gets cuter every time I look at it.

And look at her tail! Adorable.

Kangaroo Kigs -

My daughter loved it and wanted to show it off to everyone (everyone being Daddy). My husband thought it was pretty cool and he is now looking at getting another one for her and maybe a couple for us to wear next Halloween. I would love to wear the Red Panda and I think my husband would be a very handsome Crocodile!

Thank you Kigs for letting me review your Kid’s Kangaroo Costume. We love it!

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