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Worm Food Zombie Attack Mask

Item# 01138361
They say if you eat too much pizza and fries you'll get zits but this guy is the pits. The Worm Food Zombie Attack mask has rotting teeth and a worm escaping the forehead - what did this guy eat when he was alive? His stringy hair and green complexion make for a perfectly terrifying Halloween costume.

  • The Worm Food Zombie Attack face mask is a highly detailed hideous green-hued face topped with a stringy wig
  • Materials/ Fabrics- 60%Vinlyand 40%PP

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SpiritWorm Food Zombie Attack Mask
 
5.0

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5.0

Comfortable - Great Price - Scary - Real

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from South Florida

About Me 25, 5'8, Classic, Male

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Pros

  • Authentic Looking
  • Comfortable
  • Fits Well
  • Good Hair
  • GREAT PRICE
  • Lots of Fun
  • Nice quality
  • Scary

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Candy At Door
    • Costume Party
    • Halloween
    • Party
    • SCARE PEOPLE
    • Trick Or Treating

    Comments about Spirit Worm Food Zombie Attack Mask:

    I went into Spirits to find a Halloween Costume, but it was Oct 24th and their adult sizes were almost all sold out in the main costumes. (Deerfield). The masks were hidden in the back of the store near the kids costumes, so I ended up trying on 20 or so different masks and this one actually fit my head the best. Some of their masks are oversized and not fitted - but this one was. You could totally go out to a party and wear it all night. It's comfortable, not hot and breathes. Some masks are so large and bulky, they can just be used to open up the door and give candy to kids. This one was the best for party use I think.

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